Is there a line at…?

Is there a line at…? is a mobile web app where users could report whether there is a line at any location they could find on Google maps.

Role: Design, UX, Branding, Copywriting, Concept

 Based on the user's location, popular places are suggested in the search bar.

Based on the user's location, popular places are suggested in the search bar.

 As the user types the name of the place, if there are multiple locations, the street names are surfaced and the user can tap on the one they're reporting.

As the user types the name of the place, if there are multiple locations, the street names are surfaced and the user can tap on the one they're reporting.

 A place with not enough votes in the last hours to tell if there's a line.

A place with not enough votes in the last hours to tell if there's a line.


 

Even though everyone hates long lines, we still like to go to popular places. And most people would like to know before they go somewhere if there's a line or not there. Whether it's a club, a popular food chain, or at a release of a new Nike shoe, this web app is a simple solution to finding out if you should go or not.

 If there's for sure a line, based on lots of votes in the last hours.

If there's for sure a line, based on lots of votes in the last hours.

 Users are prompted to give qualitative data on how long the line is, when they report a line. If it's short, maybe you'd still consider going?

Users are prompted to give qualitative data on how long the line is, when they report a line. If it's short, maybe you'd still consider going?

 The app also is transparent about why it decides if there's a line or not. So the user can decide whether 5 people saying there's no line is trustworthy.

The app also is transparent about why it decides if there's a line or not. So the user can decide whether 5 people saying there's no line is trustworthy.