Tingly — ASMR platform

During our final year business plan, we created a platform dedicated to ASMR, an online relaxation technique on streaming platforms.

Conception, UI/UX Design — Student work

The homepage. We ask a few questions in order to provide the content best suited to your preferences.

Video replay – User view

The replay page includes chapters, timestamps allowing users to get to the part they like the most when watching ASMR.

Search results

ASMR is an art of many varieties. We had to make choices in order to split it into categories, and to do so we asked users. Reddit was a great place to find passionate users, who gave us very valuable feedback all along.

Fonts and icons
Videos importation flow
As most ASMRtists (yes, this is the very contraction of 'ASMR' and 'artist') are on YouTube today, we had to make the transition easy, which is why we created an importation tool to make it seamless for them. We then used this moment to introduce them to our special feature, chaptering. They can also find features they are familiar with, like the playlists.
Chaptering videos

The viewers are often having a hard time discovering new artists, or even just finding videos to their liking. By chaptering the videos in small segments, they can compose a perfect playlist, with the exact triggers they like.

Live streaming setup
Setting up a live streaming connection can be daunting, so we took it upon ourselves to make it the easiest possible. This wasn't technically necessary but it's a great way to make your users feel supported and comfortable.
Channel stats
The content creators are trying to live from their passion but they're juggling with multiples tools in order to do so. We wanted to help them get a clear picture of their audience, so they could improve their practice and strengthen their core fanbase, or broaden it.


Live stream – User view
Notifying the streamer that you're "tingling" (that you like what he's doing), is a great way you encourage him to keep going, and makes you an active member of the community. ASMRtists are eager for feedback, which is one thing lacking in the tools they use today. When a live ends, we generate a heatmap of the session, highlighting what was most appreciated by the viewers.

 

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