WaterGo - Stay Safe, Stay Wet! was part of the Summer of Tech Hackfest 2016. This exclusive Hackfest brings developers and designers together in teams to work on a project for two days.  This project was brought to you by Team WET (Water Enthusiast Technologists)
Objective: Open Brief - needs to solve an existing problem. We tackled the problem of New Zealand Water pollution in perspective of a mother of two children, who might end up swimming in those unsafe water areas.

Client: Summer of Tech Hackfest 2016

Type of Work: Hackfest project

Designer: Corina Reitemeyer
Developers: Joanna Rubi, Wendell, Yuriy, Nanda


Duration: 2 Days

Tools: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Sketch, Adobe Illustrator

Developer tools:

Google Maps API
NRWQN (New Zealand Research Water Quality Network)
Materialise Lite
HTML
CSS
Javascript (JQuery)
Python (Flask framework)


Result: After rapid ideation and brainstorming, as the only designer in the team, I started wireframing and mapping out the responsive website. This was to give users to chance to inform themselves about polluted water areas before they go for swim (at home on a computer or even on the go through smart phone).
WaterGO Website
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