Travel App Concept Project
'Wishlists' case study
Culture Trip is the trusted shortcut to booking travel that’s good, and makes you feel good. In one single platform, our customers can discover and book spot-on stays and experiences, hand-picked by a global community of travel experts and local insiders.
Create a flow presenting a new wishlist page. Improve the user experience in order to increase the user's engagement.
Add various new functions that will both be practical and fun.
Involve the user in the process of creating and maintaining wishlists:
Use push notifications as a reminder, add different sharing options, sync with other apps (e.g. calendar), easy sorting and filtering, and more.
Inspiration & Compatitors
As part of my research, I looked for similar products and competitors in order to find other UX solutions for saved content.
The user saved an article, created a new wishlist, and named it "Tokyo".
When he returns to the app he gets a reminder, a notification that suggests the user go back and work on his Tokyo wishlist.
My wishlists page has the option to re-organize wishlists and pin them to the top if wanted.
The user can share each wishlist and use the settings button to: replace the cover image, rename, archive and sync. The new wishlist button stays sticky on the bottom.
Sync will open the user's profile so he can add more info and sync his account with other apps, such as calendar, maps, and more.
The user can sort his saved places by distance, price, and last saved. He can also filter by categories such as food & drinks, hotels, history, and more. The user can call the place to book a table, order tickets, etc. According to the user's geo-location, he'll see the place address or the exact distance (if he is in town).
The user can see his saved places on map view as well
The user didn't save any items
The user created a wishlist but
didn't save any items, the wishlist cover image will be faded
The user didn't save places
Empty state page
Saved places in a wishlist