Parking filter interface 

Parking filter interface 

Parking filter icons  (created in Photoshop)  

Parking filter icons 
(created in Photoshop)

 

Icon Design for Streetline Smart Parking 

My role: Interface Design / Product Management

Tools used:  Photoshop

Project goals:  To create an interface for added features like the ability to search for electric vehicle and handicapped parking spots. I collaborated with the engineers and lead product manager to structure the interface and layout of the parking filter process. 

Key insights: Differentiating the credit and debit icons was especially tricky because the cards look so similar. We looked at a few options, and found that when one card icon was slightly tilted, people clearly distinguished the icons as representing different forms of payment. The mono gram "C" or "D" then enabled users to know which one was credit or debit. 

Client: Streetline Smart Parking

Medium of presentation:  Mobile

 
Streetline parking interface - showing price of parking icons

Streetline parking interface - showing price of parking icons

Parking availability icons (Toggle-able with the price icons) 

Parking availability icons

(Toggle-able with the price icons) 

Parking Availability and Price Icons

My role:  Interface Design / Product Management

Tools used:  Photoshop

Project goals:  To create a map and icons that would inform the user of both the availability and price of parking per block. 

Key insights:  We know that when trying to find parking, your first priority is to find a spot, but your second priority is the price. For most people, color is a great indication of parking availability, where red means low, and green means a high number of open spots per block.  We were able to use the text space in the circle icons to represent the price of parking. This works most of the time, except for with color blind users (approx. 6% of users). For those of us with red-green impairment we made the price a toggle-able switch with the three availability icons (shown directly to the left). 

Client: Streetline Smart Parking

Medium of presentation: Mobile

 

Interface work flow / Information architecture  

"Guided Enforcement" Interface Work Flow

My role: Experience design / User researcher

Tools used:  Photoshop + PowerPoint

Project goals:  To create a fast work flow for parking enforcement officers to identify expired meters. The interface needed to be quick and high contrast to be effective in outdoor (high glare) situations. 

Client:   Streetline

Medium of presentation:  Motorola specialty hand-held device

 

Assests created by Aryn Shelander

Assests created by Aryn Shelander