At Mondo Robot I assisted in the development of a family of products for Retül — custom bike fitter owned by Specialized. Our first task was the Digital Sitbone Device (DSD), a device designed to fit riders with a saddle by reading the pressure from their sitbones.
Following the success of the DSD we were tasked with expanding to an in-store fitting experience called Match — a tower outfitted with Retül tech capable of measuring riders for bikes and shoes with millimeter accuracy.
All of this data needed a home and thus, Passport was born, a rider-focused portal for housing all of the information collected during any of Retül's many experiences.
Following Passport we refreshed Retül's website with a custom Squarespace solution.
Finally, I created a series of 3D illustrations aimed at assisting Retül fitters during their assessments.