To quickly accomplish your tasks, users are presented with a map as the first screen when the app is opened. On the map screen, users can share their location or see their friends location.
Marker was designed with customization and privacy in mind. Users can share their location for specified increments of time with specific friends of their choosing.
We understood not every user has time to check their app notifications. When a location is requested, a quick-share link is delivered to the user's text message inbox.
At the time Marker was launched, iOS and Android devices did not offer easy-to-use location sharing tools. Marker was marketed to Android customers in need of quick location sharing.
Including an app store download link in the user's initial view is important to set the context for the product and helped increase download conversions.
Showcasing real-world use cases helps users put themselves in the shoes of someone who uses your product.
Including multiple app download links reminds users to download before leaving the page.
As a time-saving measure, after Marker was wireframed, the final visual design was created in code. Wireframes were made for iOS and Apple Watch but eventually developed for Android.