Winter 2021 / 24 hours
Ashesh Gohil, Zoe Bingham, Jacob Friano
Wegmans Food Markets is a privately held American supermarket chain. Navishop is a central platform for the supermarket's multiple applications and aims to minimise in-person interactions by allowing the user to navigate inside the store.
This concept was created under 24 hours as a part of the BrickHack Hackathon.
Interact with the final prototype here.
Wegmans currently has four smartphone applications-
Based on these and COVID-19 restrictions, we decided to come up with a central platform that can also be a navigation tool that recreates Wegmans in-store shopping experience.
Mapping the Experience
The user's experience with the application is divided into three parts to identify possible features.
Each section includes possible user touchpoints within the segment.
Wireframes were created to categorise different screen possibilities
The final workflow ensures the user's experience resembles Wegmans physical shopping experience.
In-store AR navigation assistance
Your central platform for the people who like to shop in-person!
Augmented Reality assistance
To help the user safely navigate their way inside the store
To prevent the unnecessary hassle of using multiple apps
Due to back-end compilation errors, our application was limited to the visual interface experience. However, we would want to develop it if given sufficient time for execution.