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Gosmart is an application that provides emergency services, tracks trips, rates driving styles and rewards safe driving with points which can be exchanged for goodies. Those core features are also sold as white label solutions and are now used in several tailor-made apps for insurances in Germany and the CEE Region. To get them right, my work started with evaluating user flows and motivations.
During the interaction design process it's important to visualise and test important user flows in higher detail - from scribbel to clickdummy - while always having a simplified wireframe chart at hand to keep an overview of all screens and how the features are interconnected.
Interface Design and the Logo
For circles are a prominent shape in car dashboards (not to mention all the wheels), they also dominate Gosmart's visual interface. When things make sense, they may just fall in your lap. That's how it felt when I was scribbling logo ideas. Earlier I had created an Icon to visualise the way from point A to B which is used heavily throughout the app. And it just so happens to be that a G and an O are also two circles...
Gosmart is available for iOS and Android since 2016 and has around 50.000 users (2018). It is constantly being improved - the designs shown here, are part of the latest facelift which may have not yet been implemented.
As a further development of the H!ER app we made the concept for an app that would provide emergency services for off-road activities. During an emergency it's important to trust the devices at hand. That's why a prominent element of the design is visualising the GPS accuracy.
Mobilio is a particularly interesting project, that combines telematic services with blockchain technology and a specially created crypto currency that is minted by users, who don't use their phone while driving. Here you can find more about this project.