music everyone loves
Wavelength started when I took a road trip with friends, and we all wanted to listen to music but no one wanted to DJ. Each of us worried the others wouldn't like our music taste. This conflict led to the idea to create an app that plays music everyone loves. I teamed up with two developers and a product manager and designed the first version of Wavelength for the LinkedIn Hackathon. After receiving positive responses, we decided to move forward with the project. I then worked with an iOS and Android developer as the sole designer, marketer, and content strategist for Wavelength.
Wavelength plays songs people have in common on their Spotify playlists.
Wavelength is intentionally simple and easy to use. Here's how it works!
I created the UX, visuals, and written content for our website, where people can learn more about Wavelength and sign up for the app.
I started by creating a flow diagram for how a user would interact with the app. The solid rectangles represent the features we decided to implement during this round of development. The dotted lines are for features we hope to add in the future. I wanted to consider these additional features now, so they would integrate into the app easily and intuitively when the time comes.
I then created a series of Wireframes to visualize the various interactions. Throughout this process, I thought extensively about how to create an intuitive experience for people navigating through the app. Here is a selection from my process.