Restore STL is the result of a three week long workshop in which my team was challenged with prototyping a mobile application that gives the citizens of St. Louis, Missouri access to civic data. We created an app that focused on the large-scale problem of abandoned properties in St. Louis. The goals of the app are to educate citizens, connect individuals who are interested in restoring the city and reduce the time and effort it takes to access civic data about abandoned properties.
We began the project by pitching our research and concept in a Pecha Kucha style presentation. We then created user personas and produced paper prototypes for user testing. The final deliverable was a keynote prototype that walked through four different user scenarios. Two scenarios, searching for a property's contact information and creating a user profile, are displayed here.
This project was a collaboration with Erin McLear, Emily Zalla and Parker Spielman.
I was responsible for the application's initial concept and visual language.