Atom Puzzle - Interaction Design

The puzzle takes the audience through basics of how atoms are formed. It teaches and inspires to further a person’s education of physics. The visual language includes vivid, fun colours; however, it also expresses a scientific theme.

One of the first steps asks the user to read the small instructions on each of the puzzles, using a magni-fying lenses. This allows for the user to assemble the instructions together and uncover the next step of the puzzle.
Colours represent different groups of particles, and shapes are used to identify a different particle. For example: the three main groups are Quarks (silver), Bosons (fluorescent yellow) and Leptons (purple). However, within the bosons there are two different particles, photons and gluon. They have different shapes to each other and they interact differently.

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Laxmi Owczarek
Graphic Designer