Interview with CEO Meghan Athavale

Interview with CEO Meghan Athavale

Hi Meg! How did you first enter the world of interactive design?

I entered the world of computer graphics almost by accident. I drew a lot of pictures as a kid, and I knew I was good at art. When I was in high school I started teaching myself traditional animation. I dropped out of high school in Grade 11, choosing to live on my own and work instead. Read original post...

The three golden rules of interactive display design.

The three golden rules of interactive display design.

There are obviously all kinds of factors that influence how a display is designed, and how it works. These include things like lighting requirements, durability, intuitive user experience, target audience, localization, accessibility… the list is super long.

However, there are three simple rules that I’ve discovered must be followed in order to ensure that any interactive display is as successful and engaging as possible.

I Spent My Summer Making an Augmented Reality Display for Hipster Parties.

I Spent My Summer Making an Augmented Reality Display for Hipster Parties.

Hey my name is Jordan O’Neill, I am a 3D artist living in Winnipeg. I'm currently working at Lumo Interactive for the summer. I'll be going back to college this fall. At Lumo Interactive, my work consist of sketching and animating rough concepts/ideas, constructing models, assets, environments, and designing styles and colour palettes. I do what I do here simply because I find it fun and enjoyable. It’s been my passion ever since I was a kid, really.