Millions of people need some sort of assistance in the society. Many young people feel the necessity of social contribution but cannot manage time or cannot access adequate information to contribute.
Design an app and website that will provide people in the community with a platform where they can find ways to contribute to the society by joining community service events.
To understand people’s perception of social contribution and participation in local community services, I have conducted user interviews with people in my community.
From the research, it has been understood that people are concerned about society and want to contribute to make the society a better place for everyone. Most people are not sure about how to share their contribution. Most working people struggle to manage time for the community service activities. Almost all of the participants raised concern about reliability of the different initiatives happening in the community.
I did Crazy 8 exercise to generate quick ideas to solve the problems in hand. My focus was to provide user an easy to use platform that helps finding and participating in events.
With the research findings and ideation works, I started working on the digital wireframes. I try to keep the process very intuitive and clear to understand.
By incorporating all the findings from usability study, I prepared the Hi-Fi Prototype. You can view the prototype from this link.
After completing the mobile app, I moved my focus to the responsive website. First I planned the website sitemap for better design the structure of the website.
I designed the website to be accessible from different screen sizes. The design is adapted based on the screen size and device.
I have learned that keeping users feedback front and center helped the design process producing a suitable, efficient and delightful experience.