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Nomad is a travel app that was developed to make group traveling easier.

Team: Jenny Hottle, Rohan Singh, Rachael Marr, Vanessa Oguamanam, and Xiaoyu Tai.

We used iterative design methods with user research, hand sketches, low fidelity prototypes, interactive prototypes, and quantitative and qualitative evaluations throughout the process.

View the final interactive prototype via Adobe XD >

Design Process Our iterative design process.

Whiteboarding 1 Whiteboarding 2
Whiteboarding to discuss system feature and user flow.

My Role

  • Participated in user research (survey and interviews), brainstorming, and system feature discussions.
  • Create hand sketches for preliminary designs.
  • Created one of three low-fidelity prototypes.
  • Implemented high-fidelity screens in Adobe XD.
  • Usability evaluations and interviews.
  • Reports, poster, and final video.

Low-Fidelity Prototype

Wireframe The low-fidelity prototype designed by me using Apple Keynote.

Wireframe - Main Feature Journey Map Wireframe - Main Feature Journey Map

Interactive Prototype

View the interactive prototype here >

Adobe XD screenshot - design Adobe XD screenshot - prototype
Interactive Prototype Made by Adobe XD (Left: Design, Right: User Flow)

Project Mid-Evaluation Poster

Nomad Poster

Project Reports

  1. Progress Report 1 (user research)
  2. Progress Report 2 (mock-ups and lo-fi prototype>
  3. Progress Report 3 (hi-fi prototype)
  4. Project Final Report

Nomad Report