Square's technology and design is now inside New York City taxis.
This screen illustrates the trip from the driver's point of view. They can change the number of passengers, add toll fares, and get traffic information in the map below.
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Read more at the New York Times.
about 2 years ago
It'd be sweet if there was the ability for the cab driver to leave you audio feedback:
"Hey... oh... Louie... I can't hit tha button cuz my fingas too fat."
Not using Helvetica? Seems like an odd choice.
@Mike Meyer: It's Akzidenz Grotesk, Helvetica's grandfather. Similar, yet distinctly different. We chose this because the MTA uses Akzidenz for all of New York's subway signage. Ultimately, it felt very "New York," much more than Helvetica could offer.
I really like the clip.
@Louie Yeah, I was thinking about this a bit more on the train home (for some reason). Since this is a kiosk experience instead of a launched app, one could get away with design decisions that are more removed from iOS.
Stellar work as usual. I am whelmed. Hope this hotness comes back to its city of origin. I’m tired of using those nasty Verifone ad machines.
The patterns on the numbers and icons are insanely great. If you're just browsing and haven't looked at the "driver_full.jpg" hi-def version, you really should!
Louie, like I said in your "Passenger" shot, this is some of your best work ever. I absolutely love it.
cmon show more, i'm drooling.
How did you do the really nice curved gradients on the corners of the metal clip? A combination of bevel and emboss and gradients?
Absolutely gorgeous. This sketch style fits perfectly the app and the clip at the top is perfectly executed. Amazing work!
great job guy!
Holy shit... perfect.
The sketch texture is particularly awesome, Louie. Great work.
Wow, this will be interesting!
Especially upper part.
This is the 6th time I've been on this shot today.
@Billy Roh!!! Yeah, gradient, bevel and emboss, inner shadow and inner glow.
I must know how you pulled off the texture, especially how you make it look like the paper and ink is faded. I know there's a million ways to do it but I'm curious how YOU did it here, it's a very wonderful and subtle detail.
over 1 year ago
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