Current Septa App Screens
I started this project with a look at the current site and identified pain points by using the app myself and talking to some family members who commute with SEPTA regularly. I drew up a few scenarios before deciding which new features would be absolutely necessary. I knew I wanted a clean, simple, easy to use design.
Rough and Low Resolution Site Map
I mapped out the site with two different options upon initial download of the site.
After that I used the program Balsamiq to create low resolution mockups. As I worked on those I made a few changes to the interface. In particular to the some of the scheduling screens.
High Fidelity Screens
I started building the high fidelity mockups in Sketch and soon discovered I didn’t need ‘home’ to be on the home screen. I also found I needed to adjust some of the scheduling screens again. I made a few versions of this ‘Purchase Pass’ Screen. The one I chose to showcase is the most modern looking of the three. I used Sketch and Invision to share my designs with a few friends and family members to get feedback as I worked. The latest version has received two thumbs up from my testers!