Our project is an app that addresses the challenge of transportation challenges and location accessibility concerns of wheelchair-users. Our app works in a similar way to google maps. Users can submit real time reviews of places, or search to find out from others if the front door, side door, bathroom etc. is wheelchair- accessible and in working order.
We came up with this idea using the human centered design process after interviewing people in wheelchairs about their daily struggles. We had been working as one big team, but once we had to start working remotely our team grew smaller but we continued prototyping and eventually coding our app, which is still in development.
The first link is the link to the slides presentation we made to portotype the app.
The second link is the link to the webapp to show how the app would work.
For the images, you can see the logo of the app, a picture of the group that conducted the human centered design process pre-covid and Tim, the leader of developing this project post-covid, and a picture of the code.
Then we have a video tour of how our app works.
You guys did a great job thinking of something that would actually help a lot of people, and also did a great job with the UX design! Very well thought out.
You could use the app "Waze" as reference since it allows people to easily leave a comment on what they saw in a certain area that they went visited. There are cool features in Waze that you could maybe use.