The Uber Super App Interface Delivers Immaculate Readability
Once the user goes past the onboarding screen, the real usability of this concept app is put to the test. The slide-in interface appears from the bottom and consists of ordering options in boxy elements, with the approximate time of delivery. These “boxes” are surrounded by plenty of white space, helping them stand out and become more visible compared to a busier portion of the page below.
Sliding down to hide the tab reveals a Google map that shows the progress of your delivery service in real-time.
Meanwhile, the actual food-order service lists all the available restaurants and organizes their menu into different categories based on the type of food they offer. The users can add any item to the cart immediately or click on it to see a large-scale image of the food they want to order.
As on-brand as it comes, the “Order” and “Add to Cart” button stands out in black color against the white background.
Further adding to the Uber Super App’s standout features are the Instagram-like stories that present dinner ideas with a list of ingredients that can be delivered through the app.
Another functionality that follows this simple and effective layout is the added courier delivery for personal packages. The users can even measure the size of the package with their in-app camera and pick a delivery method that suits them the best.
The progress of the delivery can also be monitored inside the app. The user gets the order number and can check if it’s accepted, in the process of packing, for delivery or completed.
The Uber Super App Design Concept Proves the Endless Possibilities in App Development
A total of six designers have created 38 different screens in eight hours during this workshop for Uber Super App.
Using the standard Uber Move Text typography, Ronas IT has put both regular and medium font types into the service of delivering the best possible readability and usability to the conceptual mobile app.
This unorthodox app case study may not yield a mass-market application product, but it is a good showcase of the possible expansion of standard functionalities seen in delivery apps. It may very well serve as a basis for the next major overhaul of the actual Uber app.
It is this creative, daring work that looks to push the boundaries of app development that earned Ronas IT’s Uber Super App design our Best Design Award for February 2022.
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