O’HARE AIRPORT MOBILE SITE





OBJECTIVE

Create a mobile site to check a flight’s information and status at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. Make vital and often stressful airport information easily digestible for the user. Apply typographical principles in a practical manner to ultimately create a streamlined and relaxed travel/pickup experience.

    

SKETCHING + BRAINSTORMING






VISUAL IDENTITY




Feedback from people who regularly interact with the space involved a desire for knowing not only the status of a flight, but also exactly how long ago an aircraft landed to help users better estimate pick up times.




As someone who grew up in different countries, I had to switch between different languages most of my life. Needless to say, language is incredibly important to me. Since O’Hare is a high traffic International airport, it sees a variety of diverse users each day. I wanted the mobile site to cater to various language speakers without the clichéd use of flag icons or a drop down menu. Ultimately, I landed on a typographic language selector which doubles as a welcome screen.


FINAL ITERATIONS




 

PROTOTYPE WALKTHROUGH