David Lanphear


Weddings are joyous occasions intended to be shared among the new couple and all of their closest family and friends. But all too often, these ceremonious events and precluded by stressful annoyances by well-intentioned individuals.

I was recently a part of such a wedding experience and witnessed first-hand how some of these events play out. From poor communication to non-existent collaboration – the experience just begs for a fun upgrade. So many people are willing to make the experience great, we just have to enable that generous behavior. And thus – as a pilot for my own wedding – HeyChampage was born.

Click here to view a light clickable prototype.
Below is the initial design research for my personal wedding project:

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It has been observed that weddings can be exciting, romantic, and memorable. However, underneath all of these positive attributes, weddings also have an increasing amount of stress associated with the wedding activities. This stress goes beyond just brides, who have typically been the focus of solutions, and can be seen throughout the entire wedding party. What if we could make the wedding experience fun for the whole wedding party?

With a personal experience, I set out to explore this hunch. Here are the initial findings. More to come...