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Trim-it is a company I have been following for some time now.
I am yet to try it out as it is not currently available in my area. Regardless, I have the app
on my phone and I’ve been keeping up to date with its updates.
I decided to play around with the app’s UI and align it with the closest visual pattern, maps & navigation.
Now I know some of you may be confused and asking, how is maps the closest visual pattern for an app about barbering?
My answer is the app’s point of entry is based on location and mobility.
My concept aligns a few select screens.
Splash Screen - no change here.
Homepage - I've done two things here…I've opted for a bottom Nav instead of a slide over
menu via the hamburger menu to keep the navigation within the thumb zone.
I've also redesigned the entry point of the app to align the homepage with a maps & navigation pattern.
Bookings - Here I've injected a bit of personality into the app by borrowing the truck
elements from their website landing page. This truck illustration can also be used for micro interactions.
By adding a loop into the bookings page, this creates a flow leading you back
to the homepage to create a booking.
Profile - On the profile page I have moved the functions that currently lived
on the slide over hamburger menu and housed them in the profile page.