The interactive information design is created for a kiosk booth in Sushi museum to introduce history of sushi. The total image is unified in an antique mood, and the vintage sense helps visitors to embrace the long history. Also, visitors can feel from the image of sushi counter that they are sitting at the counter of a sushi restaurant. In order to focus on history, the design is organized based on the themes and ages, so visitors can access to information from both categories. The animated actions are created based on sushi, which could also surprise visitors.
Mayumi Honda has been dedicated to design since first attending college in Japan. After working at a few agencies, she started to run her own graphic design studio. She also had working experience for display design before starting the graphic firm. Addition to her over five-year working experience in the Japanese graphic design field, she had the opportunity to educate herself to elevate her graphic design skills in San Jose State University Graphic Design BFA, one of the most competitive design programs in California.