Scripter developed  in response to a brief from canon europe office division, to evolve the word processor from a

typewriter based form into a next generation word processing device. Designed following the symantics of flowing script and scrolls the unit focus's on the users experience of the product, the user treats the device as a piece of paper writing directly on the screen and editing the document using a pen tool. The user then creates a hard copy through an electrostatic print similar in principle to the poleroid camera. This process is more natural than tapping keys or pushing a mouse around, and utilises a user already gained knowledge of writing. By not building in many redundant features the unit avoids the technology syndrome of becoming too complex for the user requiring increased training and knowledge...."its not what it is , its what is does"...

 

 

 

 

Type.........................Product Design

Year............................................1997

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Client..........................Canon Europe

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Role....................................Designer

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