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Physical OneNote: a concept

Physical OneNote: a concept

Physical OneNote: a concept

Physical OneNote: a concept

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2014 • Nokia Institute of Technology and Microsoft London • Visual Design

2014 • Nokia Institute of Technology and Microsoft London • Visual Design

2014 • Nokia Institute of Technology and Microsoft London • Visual Design

In 2014, I partnered with Lee Murray, senior Microsoft technologist, to propose a new product concept during the Microsoft //oneweek hackathon.

In 2014, I partnered with Lee Murray, senior Microsoft technologist, to propose a new product concept during the Microsoft //oneweek hackathon.
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Physical OneNote is a low-cost digital message board for your home. 

Physical OneNote is a low-cost digital message board for your home. 

It uses e-ink technology to create a real time display of your OneNotes and its live updates.

It uses e-ink technology to create a real time display of your OneNotes and its live updates.
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Its elegant and clean interface, based on the Metro UI design language, was optimized for usability and legibility but also created a device that would complement beautifully your home decor.

Its elegant and clean interface, based on the Metro UI design language, was optimized for usability and legibility but also created a device that would complement beautifully your home decor.

The Physical OneNote project was one of the winners of the 2014 //oneweek hackathon.

The Physical OneNote project was one of the winners of the 2014 //oneweek hackathon.
© 2020 Lena Sotto Mayor.
© 2020 Lena Sotto Mayor.

© 2020 Lena Sotto Mayor.