The Form X Project was an experimental initiative at Formlabs for fringe technologies and products. I led the design of the interfaces and interactions for the web experience of Form X.
The first real Form X product to come to fruition was our ceramic resin, before launching, we wanted to present it in our labs to market the samples to experimental users and begin channel partnerships in industries that had usecases. I approached the design of the Form X page so that it could adapt to other products and experiments with relative ease. We focused on presenting high-level product photography in real-world settings showing the Formlabs product development process in-depth.
Like all of the pages I designed at Formlabs, I created the Form X with responsiveness in mind. I worked directly with the development team to implement fluid grid structures at responsive breakpoints. My experience as a front-end developer allowed me to flow directly with the dev team's sprint schedules and launch the page on time.
In addition to the design, I also led the art direction of the objects to be created and photographed for the page, along with working in tandem with the Formlabs studio photography team to set, shoot, and edit the final assets.