The New Matter Store was developed to address the challenges of the growing 3D printing industry, which has a steep learning curve and lacks user-friendly solutions for finding 3D designs that print properly on current printers. The store not only offers a range of 3D files that are compatible with the MOD-t printer, but also provides an easy-to-use interface for purchasing the MOD-t and its accessories.
New Matter was founded with a mission to bring 3D printing to every home, school, and office. Led by its flagship product, the MOD-t desktop 3D printer, New Matter is poised to revolutionize the consumer 3D printing market by providing the first and only affordable, fully integrated, end-to-end consumer 3D printing experience.
Founder, Product Manager, Engineering, Product Design
To create an easy-to-use and user-friendly online marketplace for purchasing and selling 3D files that are compatible with the MOD-t 3D printer, as well as for purchasing the MOD-t printer and its accessories, thereby facilitating the adoption of 3D printing technology and making it more accessible to a wider audience.
Building a product from scratch requires a design system to help create consistency and scaleability across the product. Working closely with engineers, we developed a system that incorporates the brand identity and experience of a consumer friendly product.
From the start I collaborated with the New Matter product and engineering team to map the site structure and functionality of the New Matter Store page. With focus on identifying various use cases and strategically charting the envisioned user experience for the upcoming design and development phase.
Page to help Users discover and browse designs on the store.
Product detail page for designs and products.
Mobile & tablet design for the Store.
Profile page for Creators and Users. Here they can manage their designs or purchases.
The New Matter Store design garnered positive feedback from our early backers on Indiegogo, establishing a strong initial reception with post launch there was a demand for more advanced features and tools.