My Role: Concept development, UX, UI, visual design, rapid prototyping
There are an endless amount of characters in this world. No matter where you work, live and hang out, you inevitably find annoying people around you. Complainers, kiss-ups, underminers, over achievers, over shadowers, debbie downers, creepers and drama queens are just to label a few. Once you find out someone is unbearable, or if there is a loud group that drives you nuts, how do you avoid them? How do you prevent yourself from being in the situation?
SorryNotSorry is an app that is only for your reference. Once you import your contacts from Facebook, you can start labeling people based on your own judgement. The app will be synced with Foursquare (via IFTTT) to find out where your contact are. All you have to do is check SorryNotSorry before running into unbearable people.
See the world in your eyes. Now you can judge New York City too. Where would all the snobs go? Eurotrash? Losers? Don’t be sorry about being a jerk! Nobody would know. Enjoy judging!
The challenge of this project:
In an appropriating technology class with Kyle McDonald and Lauren McCarthy, we were asked to create an app that fills a void. To imagine the most difficult social interaction you've ever had, and create an app that would have made it easier. Also create an app that has an effect on others that aren't using the app.
Goal: Categorize your contacts by simply tagging them with labels.
My approach to problem solving with design: Easy link to your social media. Simple GPS navigation.