One-week design sprint for STRV where I applied for a position in 2016. Brief is to offer an app for Runway co-working space users, that would help them to find places to eat. 5 Personas were created, depicting what people care about the most when it comes to having lunch outside of their offices at Runway. They are accompanied by user stories.

Two of four user journeys

Rough design was created and imported into a Prototype On Paper App, which allowed me to create a very quick working app prototype.

One of the wireframes & basic app flow

I’ve built up the visual identity on the foundation of the existing Runway logo. Secondary blue (complementary) color was added to the palette.

Main logo, its square variety and the app icon

There are places around Runway to eat in. But how does one encourage coworkers to go together? And what if they are on different floors and companies?

Many restaurants around – where do the people go?

Fine-tuned design was created using UI8 kit, assembled in Sketch. It has helped me to overcome the time constraints in comparison to creating my own app visual style.
App Login screen
⓶ Home page which lists current groups of people going for a meal, and
⓷ Detail of a restaurant. 4 people will have lunch there
⓵ Randomizer helps you to decide where to eat
⓶ You can go on your own, privately invite people, or make it public & open to all
⓷ Your meal event has been created
⓵ Planned meals on the map 
⓶ Detail of a planned meal 
⓷ After joining a planned meal
Prototyping was done in Flinto. You can see the video presentation here:
Response from STRV was that I’ve almost made it for a senior position. That was a big surprise to me, since I thought I am applying for a junior designer role. UI design-wise, I have received a feedback of using too large typefaces, considering the screen sizes, and that my UI design approach needs refining. I am very grateful for this opportunity to practice design and gain such feedback.
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