FatiH was spot on with the requirement.I requested him for a minimalistic design with illustration and he got all of them right. He had a clear understanding of my requirement and delivered on time. Would recommend and work with him again.
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Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Real Estate & Mortgage
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Roomored creates photorealistic 3D models of homes, that are fully customizable with photo real finishes. Our customers are home builders, but our users are interior designers and home buyers. For our web product, the user is a home buyer, 65% female 35% male, 30 to 50 years of age. 80% of the traffic will come from smartphone, 70% iPhone, mix of Chrome and Safari browser
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
We offer a 360 degree web tour for homes. The interface is designed for mobile (landscape), and the primary way to move through the home are tap-able waypoints that we place in the 3D model. To provide a home overview, we offer a "map" view where a user can tap the map button and open a 2D floorplan of the home.
These 2D floorplans are typically 1 or 2 stories. We label the rooms with tap-able labels that can move a user to that room in the 360 tour directly from the map.
> Our challenge is a basic visual design of the map that feels premium, is on-brand with our client's website, from the assets we have available to us, and can handle a first floor and second floor, on a smartphone screen.
> the focus of this design is to create a label design that makes it immediately obvious to users that they can click a room in the map to go to that location. Meaning the map is interactive for the user to move around if they desire to do so..
Required -- use the floor plan asset we provide you, but you can do any kind of image processing you want to it. Limited color palette, accent color is a red, primary colors are white, grey and black
From our user testing, users don't know to click the map prototype we currently have, so making the buttons clearly clickable is a need.
I've provided an image of the client's website for the basic style look and feel.
I've included our current technical prototype of the map navigation
I've included a mockup of a proposed alternative
I've included the unlabeled first and second floor floorplan images.
I've included a screen capture of the 360 tour on mobile with the "map" button to illustrate where a user will be when they click the map button (ie what the rest of the interface looks like)