SDK Showcase app
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SDK showcase app
Company: Here Technology
Role: Senior UX&UI designer
HERE Technology's map SDK has a lot of functionalities in terms of navigation and moving from point A to B. I joined this project when we decided to create an application that allows for anyone to order a taxi. While doing so, the users will see several taxi stations and for each one of them, the price and ETA. In addition, there is an option to follow the driver's location and see the ride status in real time.
I was involved in this project from the beginning. Creating the UI and UX flow from scratch to try to present the SDK abilities. I designed these two scenarios:
1. Authentication, register and log in to the app
2. Searching for a ride, see the ride status, order pre-booked rides
First scenario / Register and login to the app
Each user should have a unique user name and password. For this, the main app screen includes these two fields. Userscould move between sign-in and login screens.
Second scenario / Searching for taxi
From the main app screen (below) the main action a user can do is to enter the destination point. The app by default will order a taxi from the current user location, but the user could change it anytime. When users enter an address they will see some results relevant to what was typed.
Users can also create a pre-booked ride, which allows them to select at what date and hour they will need the taxi. There are other ride options that users can set up for the ride, like adding their name and phone number to allow the driver to call them if needed. Users could add a note or mention some ride constrains as appears below:
Third scenario / Ride status
Users can select between several taxi companies. Per each one of them, they can see the name of the taxi station, the relevant hour, and the estimated price. After ordering a taxi, the users will be notified about the ride status, which changes in real-time, and be prepared for the ride. Users can cancel a ride anytime from this screen.
Forth scenario / Pre-booked ride
We saw above that there is an option to order a taxi for another day and an hour, as a pre-booked ride. After doing so, this ride will appear on the main screen. User can create more than one pre-book ride: