We all know due to the extreme situation COVID-19 pushed worldwide, local economies are suffering a decrease in their markets.
How to tackle down this struggle?
More and more professionals are taking the path of digital transition to be more competitive in the actual market and supporting local businesses is becoming a true intent and a good way to hijack the issue.
Let’s dive deep with this 4th challenge on which my team and I collaborated with the French fine jewelry brand, Mahny Jewelry.
Who has never revisited the popular songs of their childhood or the most kitsch songs possible? Everyone has experienced at least once in their life bathroom singing, using a remote control as a microphone or singing in the street as if you’re the star of a movie clip 🌟
Well, for this challenge, I will bring you back to these fun and relaxing moments we all experienced through music.
Let’s dive into this first solo challenge: implementing for Shazam a new feature, the karaoke.
Anyone who’s been faced with wicked problems has experienced frustration from not knowing where or how to begin. For this challenge, we chose to focus on Public Hospital, on how to transform the end-to-end experience in Public Hospitals, and more particularly in Emergency Services?
We assumed that the patients going to the hospital emergencies need to be guided and informed along their experience (from the accident to the exit of the hospital) because the lack of visibility makes their waiting and global experience more exhausting.
In order to confirm our hypothesis, we sent Google Forms and conducted one to one…
As part of the UX UI Ironhack bootcamp, our first big challenge was to redesign the vending machines’ interface of the RATP, the French National Train Service.
This project was based on developing the ability to observe people’s behavior when navigating the interface of vending machines and interpret their pain-points. The basis of the research was interviewing users in the act of using those vending machines.
Our mission was to focus on a specific and discreet problem in user interaction and find a solution to improve the user journey.
This article is an exercise designed for students of IronHack Bootcamp UX/UI Design to learn how to solve a problem through the Design Thinking process.
The chosen client here is Citymapper, a public transit and mapping startup based in London. Their goal is to solve the problems of urban mobility by offering the quickest and cheapest public and private transport routes to their users.
It covers the main cities in the United States, Canada, Asia, Australia, Europe, and Latin America. And reactively expanding by demand.
Although the current product of Citymapper already solves some of the main problems of the…
For this third challenge I had to conduct researches with different users (travelers) on different traveling apps. The goal is to understand how the existing traveling apps respond to the user type selected, pick one application, redesign and propose changes in order to fix the pain points detected during the interviews.
Worldtrotter, Backpacker — 18–38 y/o (1)
You’ve decided to finally go visit that wonder that has been sitting in your dreams for a long time now. Yo don’t have a long time to plan but also you don’t need it. You’ll be traveling in 6 months and are open to…
For the second challenge of the UX UI Design Course, I had to create a wireframe from an app I am familiar with and prototype it.
Wireframes give a simple visual representation of how the flow of the app or website will be. It aims to be simple, not minding the aestethics, with just enough details to get the idea of the app. The goal here is to create the skeleton of a chosen interface.
In this case I chose the Adidas Running app because I am a jogger and I frequently use this app to track my runnings and…