The group project you are about to see screenshots of dealt with kiosks as a means for ordering food, instead of traditional ordering techniques. We were able to choose our own food - and we chose ice cream. So our job was to imagine a group of people coming into a ice cream parlor, sitting at a table, and having a kiosk available for them to order from, instead of a human being. The process had to be very efficient and fun.
The original project required creating a clickable example of a full order - from first choice to thank you screen. So this required my experience in web design and programming - creating essentially a website of the process from beginning to end. Here are some images from the would-be kiosk...screenshots that will take you through the order process as best as they can (without a live demo).
#1 - Entry screen: I selet 'Cones'
#2 - 'Cones' screen: I choose Waffle, Love It! (taking after Cold Stone's naming scheme)
#3 - Ice Cream landing page: I choose 'Cloud Nine Favorites'
#4 - 'Cloud Nine favorites' page: I choose Brownie Bliss
#5 - Toppings screen: I select Yellow Cake
#6 - Taken to the Check Out page: I select Credit Card
#7 - After paying, I'm taken to a Thank you confirmation page - then I await my ice cream (this time, from a human)
(Designs created: 2004)