Showing posts with label Jihachul. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Jihachul. Show all posts

Monday, December 9, 2013

[Personal UX/UI review] iOS Jihachul app for Korea

<iOS app: Jihachul>
1. Is this icon necessary? If yes, what is the icon trying to communicate with?
2. If urgent nature is important, can this icon be colored e.g red to be distinctively and intuitively recognizable to people in a rush?
3. Two different information category: one is station name and the other is direction. Can these two are differently expressed in design so that easy to identify?
4. Again, text color and font size are the same with #3. Can this be iconized so that users can focus on where and when to get off and on?

Sunday, November 10, 2013

[Personal UX/UI review] Jihachul's history and iOS's scroll-down summary

<app: Jihachul>
Positive: history function readily available when searching for a subway station 

Lesson: always consider providing a 
menu of users' most frequently selected function 

<function: scroll-down summary on iOS>
Issue: displaying a useless space even when there is no schedule

Recommendation: shrink the Calendar space to fit schedule amount (e.g. if no schedule, shrink the space all the way!)