My Role: UX/UI Designer
Current State: Delivered
Los Angeles, CA (Client: Pony Engine)
User Experience Design, User Interface Design
Disaster Recovery 360 – built and managed by Good360 – ensures that the needs of communities impacted by disaster are met in a timely manner throughout the full recovery process by ensuring the right goods are delivered to the right place at the right time. This innovative new technology platform:
- Collects real-time product needs from nonprofits responding at the site of a disaster,
- Spotlights and shares those needs with generous companies and individuals who can help,
- Provides timely updates as product needs change with every stage of disaster, and
- Shares stories about how donations are used and how they are helping.
In this project I designed the mobile app for Good360. The iPhone app allows NonProfit Organizations (NPO) to view current disasters, update disaster needs, create a disaster needs wish list, post disaster recovery related media and receive notifications of the current disaster.
Good 360 Mobile App Flow Diagram
The goal was to offer a simple and easy to use interface that facilitates all of the stakeholders to participate as fast as possible. Therefore, the flow is design in such a way that the user can respond and act quickly. The app informs and notifies the users of any existing or new disaster and let them know what products are needed. Then participants will be able to select pick the product and order them for the selected disaster.