The Woodland Park Zoo Carnivore Sighting App
The Woodland Park Zoo approached the SpatialDev team to research, discover, design and build a responsive web app. This app would allow community members in the Seattle area to identify and report sightings of urban carnivores such as coyotes, bobcats and racoons. This will help members of the community to start to recognize and understand that they live alongside these animals, recognize that they are out there, and gain knowledge about how to co-exist with them. I worked as the project lead, managing the timeline, workload and the user-centric design process and testing. I started this collaboration with a kickoff meeting with all stakeholders, then led the research and usability testing efforts. I then was able to leverage all the information we acquired within the research to start ideating, delivering clickable comps, workflows and a feature list.