ACCESSIBLE TRAVEL WEB PLATFORM

UI/UX Design

Iconography

Web Design

Prototype

(Sketch and Invision)

After Effect

UX Research

This project attempts to design a travel web platform that allows blind travelers and those with poor vision to share non-visual techniques, information, reviews, and resources in various places. I chose Lonely Planet in order to apply my design proposal to the existing product as well as to measure its feasibility in terms of utilizing the ecosystem of the travel platforms as an initial step to create a scalable product.

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Original logo

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Redesigned logo for the accessible concept

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Interactive

Layout

 

 

I was inspired by the intuitive directional touch screen gestures and thought the use of voiceover would be more accurate and less time consuming if a cursor can simply be operated by arrow keys on the website with simple layouts.         

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Preset         

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This process is designed to shorten the search time and to filter the amount of information that accessible users may encounter. (Video)

Natural

Language

Commands

(Video)

Direct Scheduler

in Intuitive 

Layout

(Video)

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