State of Place is a desktop web app that helps city planners, architects, and real estate developers quantify the walkability of a city neighborhood. The client came to me with a robust data set that included minute details about every street in various cities across the globe. My task was to design a series of workflows to help users browse, manipulate, and draw reports from this enormous and complex data set.
Define the data parameters:
These screens show the ways a user can define the city blocks they'd like to work with.
High level data analysis:
These screens show the ways users can analyze the data on a high level via tables and charts. These screens also show functionality for downloading reports and invoking educational content.
User-defined analysis criteria:
These screens show the ways users can adjust the way data in weighted in order to match their specific use cases.
Granular data analysis and modeling:
These screens show the ways users can drill down to the data's most granular level to model hypothetical scenarios.
These screens allow users to project the financial impact of the data.
These screens show a brief onboarding walk-through to acquaint new users with the program.