Loss Table

The Loss Table combines principles of scarcity and potential loss to persuade the user to be more organized in their study habits at home. The Loss Table has been arranged specifically to only allow space for what is afforded, while the negative space reminds the user that they could lose their items if they aren’t placed in the right positions, thereby persuading them to keep their desk organized for optimal study time. The use of positive and negative space dictates where specific items required for effective study may or may not be placed, with the risk of losing any items that do not fit.
Team: Tom Chau, Taryn Hart, Laura Pincus, Holly Chapman

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