Adidas 3D Virtual Mirror Kiosk


FXMirror provides real-time 3D virtual fitting service with its virtual mirror kiosk. It shows images ofa customer virtually trying on various clothes, with a camera capable of accurate bone tracking. Customers can enjoy the realistic fitting experience as FXMirror responds to the user’s movement.  


Adidas China requested a customized version of the virtual fitting service for their stores and started by developing kids’ component as a pilot project.

What I did

  • Developed wireframes and User Interface for the Adidas Collaboration Project

  • Collaborated closely with developers to implement UI/UX changes and monitored usability
  • Delivered necessary documents for developers, i.e. GUI Guides via Zeplin and prototypes, on time
  • Participation rate : 100%

How Does the Mirror Work?

Strategy 1: consider reachable zone

I constructed interfaces considering the correlation between the size of the kiosk screen with the reachable area of a user according to her height and arm-length. 

Strategy 2: increase icon recognizability

I chose and matched the colors of the elements so that users can easily recognize the icons and items regardless of the brightness and color of the environment. 

Strategy 3: avoid gender stereotypes

Designers use the stereotypes to discern symbols but at the same time have to avoid wrong stereotypes being attached. When I was designing gender icons for athletes, I chose to maintain the gender-stereotyped color, i.e. red for female and blue for male. Because reverting colors would cause more confusion. However, I intentionally put a female athlete playing mainstream sports - soccer - to twist the stereotype on gender roles.




© 2020 Yeonkyung Kim