The Apple Card can already be considered one of the most innovative credit card currently available to the public, but designer Volodymyr Kurbatov takes it to a whole new level. Combine this with the rumors that Apple is working on developing their own augmented reality headset or glasses, this concept would complement the technology perfectly. Read more for a video demonstration and additional information.
The designer wants to emphasize that a minimalist user interface is always better and that augmented reality is better when paired with something physical. He’s not entirely happy with the dummy UI, but the ultimate goal was to explore interactions. Swiping away on the phone made him feel that the fake Apple Card felt way too light.
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There are plenty of demos that show some finance info on a card. I wanted to make it one step further and explore interactions in context,” said Kurbatov.