Digital companion experience
for Lonely Planet

UX/UI Designer

In 2016 I took an Interaction Design Course at School of Visual Arts NYC. In which, through a series of hands-on, studio-based exercises, I gained experience in different parts of the design process while learnt specific methods for human-centered design. The course culminated in a final project that incorporates the major principles of Interaction Design.

The Brief
Lonely Planet was looking for some top-level ideas for a digital companion piece to their Lonely Planet books and their website. They wanted it to fit nicely into their eco-system (book, apps, and website) and wanted it to be used pre, during and post travelling.

Start building a community of young travelers and introduce them to Lonely Planet by helping them connect easily. 
Find other nearby lonely travelers in the moment, via gps in centralize map view:
• Filter the results through filters.
• Chat feature to connect with travelers.
• Profile customization and Instagram feed import

User flow







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