All I want is a Fastpass app. Is it so hard?! (Yeah, probably.)
over 1 year ago
This is hot.
I can imagine a whole range of apps for Disney Parks. How long the lines are, make reservations, hold Fastpasses... so many possibilities.
Nice detail up near the tearoff.
I remember seeing you post a photo of one of these on Twitter and thinking that you would design exactly this. I was right!
Apple should make that background texture as a default. Other than that I really love the subtle details, just gorgeous to look at!
I think the concept of a Fast Pass app is great! On the design side, my eyes are immediately drawn to the difference in width on the ascenders of the "H" compared to the width of the other letters. Love the throwback vibe.
Disney is actually working on a new FastPass system that just loads it to your Keys To The World card, but I must say this is by far more attractive.
@Ryan Pimental Yeah, I hope they figure out some mechanism to view your own "reservations" other than checking at a kiosk. :(
How would that work if they have to take your Fastpass when you get in line without creating a hassle?
@Chris Sardegna Scan it!
The new system is well under-way. I just did a 30 minute guest survey about the new features this week..... of course this looks WAY nicer.
@Steve Silvas Yeah, I know. It's a shame but I don't think Disney's very good at customer-facing software.
Well... they shop it all out... Pacific Helm should hit 'em up!
@Louie Mantia @Ethan They do have an app that's still undergoing improvements (not used for fastpass though.) It's called My Disney Experience and shows wait times, reservations, etc. And yeah, the new Fastpass system is a scanning process where you sign up for your attractions ahead of time all on one card. They're running tests on it, so i've been able to use it. Seems pretty efficient for the most part.
about 1 year ago
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