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Embracing the luxuriously convenient experience of Shortcut--an on-demand barber service--into their app and website.

 

 

The Challenge

Shortcut, still new as a company, is ramping up with a website and app.

Their site needs the added functionalities of booking, especially for corporations or events. It's what people first see and what people are going to want to look at first before taking the leap.

Their app needs to give the same feel as the website, but provide quick and painless flow from choosing services to checking out.

Shortcut is luxury and convenience, without sacrificing quality.

 
 

Time

1 month on website

Feb-March, 2016

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3 months on mobile

Oct-Dec, 2015

Collaborators

Self

Contributions

Sketching

Site mapping

Wireframing

Low-Fi Prototyping

Preliminary UI Designs

Tools

Sketch

InVision

 

 
 

Solution FOR MOBILE

 

See it in the app store now.

 
 
 

 

Splash

Answers questions

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Booking

Easy

making sure you understand the options, that it's either one or the other and that beard trims are extra

make it more fun (clock)

[services] -> [date] -> [choose]

 

 

 
 
 

 

Appointments and barbers

Message that are sent will be deferred until the driver has stopped their vehicle and the device is disconnected from their car's bluetooth.

[appointment]

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SOLUTION FOR WEB

See their current website here.

Working together with the CEO and development team, we defined what the content would be, the interactions on each page, and the overall flow.

 
 
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landing page

first thing you see

testimonials

how do we quickly engage someone's attention

getting our point across and answering their questions--is it messy? can I trust this service?

Having a final shout out so people know they're based in New York and they finish with a final note to check out their service and DL the app

 
 

Additional features

Catering towards a different set of audience

Giving the website more functionality than the mobile could provide

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Process Pictures

The work below represents work that I personally were a part of or lead.