Thai Mayom: 2.0 (Concept)
With this conceptual update of 'Thai Mayom', I wanted to modify the flow of information as well as the interface for a few sections in which I saw needed improvement.
PREVIOUS VERSION
While the initial thought process behind this screen was to make everything easily acessible and require a simple transaction for the user, some of the design choices ive made worked against this idea.
NEW VERSION
For the new version of the login screen, i wanted to make the social media integration the main focus to really aid in allowing the user an easier login method. Rather than having the entire section on one screen, I wanted to have every interaction transition onto a pop-up screen so that there are no distractions to hinder from the login process (distinct buttons, clear exit points, and clear input areas).
PREVIOUS VERSION
Although this screen serves its purpose in allowing the user the ability at optimum customization of their reservation requests, it's a bit too cluttered and offers too many excess components.
NEW VERSION
I wanted to create a more streamlined screen that offers the user only to input the needed information while using a more simplified process.
PREVIOUS VERSION
In this version of the results screen, ive found that the design is too heavy on bottom and the buttons clash with those unrelated to the intended actions. 
NEW VERSION
In the newer version of this screen, I wanted to clean up the interface as well as the transition from 'search' to 'result'. I find that this design allows the user to view the results in a more direct manner.
PREVIOUS VERSION
NEW VERSION
For this new screen, I wanted to create one that was more streamlined and simplified. Rather than having prompts outside of the input area, I found it space efficient yet still effective by having it within the input area. 
Thai Mayom: 2.0 (Concept)
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Thai Mayom: 2.0 (Concept)

This is a concept design for the 2nd release of 'Thai Mayom', a project i've created last year.
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