With glasses.com, you can record your own multi-angle model of your face to virtually try on thousands of glasses and sunglasses. Gestures allow you to move the glasses up and down your face - or turn your head side to side. © 2009-2015 Phunware, Inc and glasses.com
Role: User Experience & Design
Creative Direction: Eric Moujaes
The app uses the video input from your tablet’s camera to generate a 3D custom model of your head. The recording will take 15+ frames of your head turning to translate into an image with rendered glasses, so that users can swipe the head side to side and view from various angles.
Users can select and mark styles they like as Favorites and share them with their friends to give their opinions to help make picking out a pair easier and more fun.
Each product detail contains a magnified view of the user's face, as well as detailed specifications about each pair and suggestions for similar styles to try.
The check out process includes the ability to easily select specialty lenses, add prescription and opt for the In-Home Try-On to send multiple styles to the user's home to try before purchasing.
Users can easily select the available lens types and the cost associated to their purchase total with full drop down per frame selection in their cart.
Prescriptions can be added to the purchase through images taken with their device or through their eye doctor after the purchase is made. The app also stores multiple previous prescriptions added by the user for future use.
Large callouts allow the user to see and select various ways they can check out and purchase their frames. Purchase fields change pertaining to the appropriate payment type.
Playing with light and shadows, there were many app icon iterations created to capture a clear visual for the app on the home screen.
Glasses.com for iPad was named a winner in the Communication Arts Interactive Annual 2014 for excellence in the Tablet and Handheld Devices category.