"we all deserve a second of relief during life's moments of panic."
Connecting with emergency vehicles through Apple's Emergency SOS.
In an era when you can track anything from your Uber to your food delivery, there is no existing service that allows you to track an emergency vehicle after you've dialed 911.
Solution: Emergency Vehicle Tracker (EVT) is an Apple Emergency SOS feature that activates upon placing a SOS call. It uses GPS technology to connect those in danger with their dispatched emergency vehicles.
This was the 2nd project I completed with The Breakfast Club (my team from The Book of Sin). The concept struck close to home because our Art Director Scarlett envisioned it after her grandfather had a seizure and she couldn't find his ambulance.
There are more issues to address if EVT were to become a reality. In particular, how can the feature be adapted for different operating systems and geographic locations? More research could make this a more well-rounded solution.
Case Study Writer, UX Writer
Scarlett Maestre, Christina Santos, Ivanka Urrea, Ralph Vibar
Creative Conscience Commended Entry (2019)
Fun fact: I can’t lie. Like Marta Cabrera in Knives Out (will the knife references ever end?), dishonesty disagrees with me. That’s how I say what needs to be said. That's what I bring to my work-- unobscured, meaningful communication.
I was born in NYC, raised by Polish immigrant parents. My superpowers include an inability to smell (undeniable lifesaver in this city) and the energy to dance all night long (practice from countless Polish parties). I am a lover of beauty, so much that I document my findings in this visual diary. Reach out to chat in a hybrid bookshop/dance club/cafe sometime. :)