For the last four years, California has been going through a severe drought. Yet though much has been done to raise awareness of the issue, for many Americans, usable water is viewed as a limitless resource, easily obtainable through the turn of a faucet. The goal of this project was to create a new experience for home water use that educates and incentivizes with an easily understandable design as well as partnerships with local water providers, with the goal being to ultimately modify people's behavior at the tap.
Team: Daryl Harris, Alison Acoba
Methodologies: User interview, contextual inquiry, survey, A/B testing, wireframing, prototyping