Rajavel
19 upvotes
I first understood the objectives and empathised the users perspective and filtered the hierarchy. I want to give so simple and easiest way to find, contact, book the eating-companion. So i designed [flow1] search, location, list of eating friends by the preference of veg, non-veg & both. [flow2] Eating companion details experience, languages known, chat & call button, scheduling and easy booking. Thank you! I would like to get your feedbacks & Upvotes.
I first understood the objectives and empathised the users perspective and filtered the hierarchy. I want to give so simple and easiest way to find, contact, book the eating-companion. So i designed [flow1] search, location, list of eating friends by the preference of veg, non-veg & both. [flow2] Eating companion details experience, languages known, chat & call button, scheduling and easy booking. Thank you! I would like to get your feedbacks & Upvotes.

Feedback (5)
Hii Rajavel, I think you really addressed the main problem of creating social proof using experience right on the home page though I wished reading reviews was an option as that is the biggest factor that contributes to generating trust among users. For scheduling, the option to select time and pricing would enhance the experience for the user. I am confused as to what counts as experience here? Really awesome that you categorized according to veg and non-veg.
Hello, Benemarci Really Thanks for your Feedback.
Hello Hrithik Bokde, Thanks for your feedback. actually this eating companion should suggest and introduce the different types of foods while giving the service. so the people can find an eating companion who tasted so many varieties of foods and who can explain & suggest those varieties to them. REALLY THANKS FOR YOUR FEEDBACK
Hey Rajavel! I feel that the solution should have been more inclined towards finding someone who YOU as a tourist would enjoy time with. Similar interests, choices, preferences, age group, languages would be a few key things that a person would be interested to have in someone else as a companion. I think it really doesn't matter how much food a local person has tasted or how many people he/she has attended or how much experience they have. It just matters upon whether that person will enjoy having the other person as a company to locally explore things and have fun. (Also, no one can really count how many dishes he/she has tried at a place haha) Just a small metric on how much time they have been living there would be sufficient to have if they tourist really wants someone "experienced". UI wise, there can be improvements in certain areas- The text sizes can be improved and the grey tones can be made a bit darker so its less stressful for the eye. Spacing is a bit too compromised. I would highly suggest you to space elements a bit more. Call and Message button is a bit too small for the touch area also its really easy for someone to miss out on them. In this case where contacting the person would be super critical, I would suggest you to place them higher in the visual hierarchy. Thank you and Best of Luck.
You are thoughtful to consider the Veg, Non-Veg, Both options also the Known languages. The design concept is clean and great. However, I am not sure I understand how the Shops are relevant in the cards, also the color of the EXPERIENCE, KNOWN LANGUAGES, GALLERY, SCHEDULE, Available is a bit light, hard to recognise, seems to be disabled for me at least. In the Schedule part, there is no booking option per hours, that would be great to have. Overall great job! :)