8 golden rules for AR design

AR design: iFly380
(Image credit: iFly380)

AR design is like any other type of design, in that when we design products, we tell stories to our users. For years, we've had to tell stories on flat, 2D screens, but this is changing. We’re quickly moving in the era of fully-immersive augmented and virtual reality experiences. 

AR is a new medium with an entirely new set of design challenges and opportunities. It’s not only changing the products we create, it’s also changing the tools we use and approaches we follow to design these products. 

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Gleb is a designer who transforms ideas into reality. He crafts the future of digital experiences through emotional design. Gleb also leads the product design studio he founded, Milkinside and works with innovative startups and major brands around the world.