Information Architecture Diagram
As far as the architecture and the organization of the information, the mobile application has three major sections through which users can interact with the app. These three sections are search/explore, create events and activities, and personal settings.
As illustrated in the information architecture diagram, the four modes under the search and explore section are four ways through which users can interact with different events. These four modes are map, augmented reality, calendar, and event list. The hierarchy of information is organized in such a way that users gets the most important information up-front, and if necessary, get further information in other layers. This structure prevents the user from being overloaded by too much information regarding events.
In addition, the create event section is structured so that the user can define the event quickly, and other information will be filled later by other attendants.
Colored dots represent different events with title, location, and date. On the backside of the dots the user may see the organizer and his memo. The big number also shows number of attendants. The bar around the circle represents the occurrence of the event. Once the event finishes the bar disappears. Each dot also has a dynamic indicator that shows the direction to the event’s location. The indicator is an arrowhead out of the dot.