The OFFF App was created by Somewhat to run as an interactive schedule during the 2012 creative festival in Barcelona, updated dynamically during the event. The schedule is designed with a interface based on circles and gestures.
The main interface is a circular agenda, which holds a 3 day event guide with 45 speaker profiles. In closed state, the app is divided into the three days that the festival ran, which opens to display all the artists speaking for each day, which ones have passed, which ones are happing now and which are upcoming. Each artist is tagged with different categories, represented by a colour, to difference the agenda.
Artists who've already done their session have a lower opacity then those still to come. Live session run empty during the session, giving a sense of how long the session still has.
To search and explore the artists, you can find them by either using the search field or holding down each section which will reveal the artists' name in the title. By dragging each section out of the circle, the interface moves up and the artists' info appears under. To continue browsing, the user can either slide left and right to reveal the upcoming artists or go back up to the main dial.
To create a personalised agenda, users can save their favourite artists and filter by only their favourites when viewing the agenda.
The OFFF App is a web-app built in HTML5 canvas and ran on both iOS and Android for both tablets and smartphones.