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    Redesign and rearchitecture of the TargetLists web app. The goal was to enable a co-shopping experience where guests could easily enter the items… Read More
    Redesign and rearchitecture of the TargetLists web app. The goal was to enable a co-shopping experience where guests could easily enter the items they need, and share with others. Guests could then both shop from the same list during their next Target visit. Read Less
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Screenshots of Initial Release Version
Final visuals have been applied by the team's visual designer, and implemented by our developers. You can try out the application and build your own TargetList at http://www.target.com/targetlists (free Target.com account required)
When guest first uses the TargetLists app, they are greeted with a premade list that explains how the interface works. These allows them to get accustomed to the interactions without having to first create a new list.
In this example, the guest is creating a new list. The process begins by asking them what they would like to call it.
The guest is then placed into their new TargetList. The list name they entered now appears in the sidebar, and is active.
The user begins by entering items into the text field at the top of the list. In this example, the guest has entered 'Milk'. They can then press the 'add item' button, or hit 'enter' on their keyboard. The item will then be added to the list. Guest may also enter up to 100 items, seperated by commas, and each item will be added to the list seperately.
In this example, the guest has added additional items and even marked a few as completed. By pressing the 'options' icon, the guest is able to modify various aspects of the item. In the screenshot above, they have increased the quantity desired to 2, and added a note. These edits happen in real-time in the list behind the modal.
After the guest makes their item edits and presses the 'save' button, the item modal is closed.