I'm sure you've been hearing it all day, but these maps are just damn sexy. Great work, Louie.
about 1 year ago
Square's technology and design is now inside New York City taxis.
This screen shows what the passenger sees in the back seat of the cab: a sleek black map of NYC, location (and nearby subway stops), weather conditions, and your running total. Swipe any time during the ride to pay.
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Read more at the New York Times.
So super slick, can't wait to see one in person.
Incredible. Hope to see these in Chicago sometime soon.
From the moment I saw this in the New York Times this morning I loved it. Well done, Louie.
In terms of the top design tallent in the valley... Look out Path, here comes Square.
That's just ridiculously attractive.
You rock, Louie, and so does everything about this. I only wish I were still in the city to enjoy your thoughtful design...
Awesome, love the recolored maps. Why can't we see any other street names? What about route to destination? Traffic patterns, ATMs or other highlighted spots? Was it too much detail? or saved for future version?
How many people are booking flights to NYC just to see this slice of asskickery in their cabs?!
I'm going to make it a point to ride a cab with one of these beauties.
Well done is an understatement.
So slick! This is certainly some of your best work to date.
How does that map work? Like do you have to draw the entire NY city map in this style? That must've taken days..
Saw this on The Verge. Sick design. The future is now!
Didn't know it was possible to customize Google Maps to this degree.
This looks really neat! I assume the arrows on the right are animating?
oh sweet lord, that's what i call luxury.
@Rok Benedik Yep! They animate.
after a second look, i have a question, why didn't you guys place the swipe card icon in the actual device ? does the black sidebar has more options or indications. Again, great work.
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