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During some months of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Rijksmuseum had to close to the public, leaving the masterpieces unadmired. The Rijksmuseum was looking for a way to bring people close to the art again.
I sketched out the flows of visiting a virtual Gallery of Honour, and designed the interface that would give users free freedom to walk around, but also allowed for quick navigation to different sections.
Most 360 navigation is challenging and slow to use, especially on mobile. I approached it as a site, including back buttons to the 'home', and adding arrows as a quick way of scrolling over the 'homepage' (big hall). Users have you freedom to either examine all the works, or jump around for inspiration with new 360 navigation patterns.
All important interactions are placed close to your thumb. That's why closing crosses are not on top, but on the bottom of overlay panels.