Site M is an easy-to-use interactive website conveying artistic design methodology. It was developed with the aim to offer designers, marketers and engineers a new way for carrying out multidisciplinary projects. Based on the analysis of numerous design models from various fields, the website offers a generalised design process. The 50 most important approaches for an innovative designing were selected and explained with detailed case studies. Against the backdrop of a user-oriented interface design, the website provides users with two options for displaying the appropriate method: the map view gives an overview of all procedural methods including the individual design stages, while the index view presents them in alphabetical order. In addition, a colour coding further enhances the intuitive use of the website.
Korea University, Seoul
Korea University, School of Art & Design, CO:UX Lab, Seoul
Thanks to the generalisation of the various methods, this websites offers versatile options for individual designs, especially for multidisciplinary projects. The interface itself convinces with a sophisticated design and a clear structure, complemented by an intuitive user guidance clearly marked by colours. Thus, this website presents itself as a creativity-inducing platform.