I got tired of using the clunky robotic looking Go Transit app and decided to design my own updated version. Here is a link to a rough prototype that gives you a feel for the UX: https://www.flinto.com/p/53ed4359 View link on your phone to download the app.
7 months ago
YES! The current version (across all platforms) is a nightmare to use.
Wow, would love to see this built. I started building my own iOS GO Transit app but it's on hold... the current ones are horrible.
Instant App Store buy.
This is rad, would love to have it in my pocket. Started building something out as well about a year ago but due to time and limitations of GO data we put it on hold. Awesome work!
GREAT job, Stephen! Very very nice work here.
I like this colour！
Definitely would insta-buy this.
I dig. Where do I buy?
Really good !
Damn so much better than the current! I'd love to see this built.
6 months ago
Any progress on this, Stephen? I'd love to buy/use this :)
5 months ago
@Brian Potstra working on it!
@Stephen Moorehead Cool stuff. Like the skin. There is another ios app out there called the GO Transit Sidekick that does a great job of solving some of the broken flows in the GO app. Nobody thinks in terms of corridors when they travel by train. Where am I now and where do I want to go thats how they think.
3 months ago
@Bobby B Thanks for the feedback.
Don't know if you can all together drop the corridor/line unless you are going to add a layer of transfers and connections. Keeping the corridor grouping helps simplify the interaction. Adding a point A to B across all lines and transfers might be a little confusing.
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