Disaster Relief Application "Safe Fukushima"
Safe Fukushima is an application to relief Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant disaster. The application will show information of food quality such as radiation level, place of origin, expiry date, etc as well as the grocery’s safety based on the radiation exposure and providing delivery service as well.
App Designer, UX / UI Designer
Sep. – Oct. 2019
Secondary Research, SWOT Analysis, Wireframe, Prototype
Adobe XD, Adobe Photoshop
- Four Different Menu Icons: Profile, Cart, Map, and Scanning
- The App Provides Search Function for Products / Categorized Menu
- Menu Icon on the Top Left Corner Navigates Users to Move to Profile Shopping Cart, Map and Scanner
- The app provides all information related to radiation and the product
- Detailed Description of I-131 referred from Stanford University pops-up when (i) information above I-131 level is pressed
- Integrated Map to Find Grocery Stores with Search Capability and Marks Area with High Radiation in Air with Red Circle in the Map
- Option to Select Delivery Date and Time and Users are able to Leave Special Request to the Store and Delivery Service
- Users can Scan a Barcode or a QR Code on the Product to View Detailed Information
- Alerted residents who are living within 20km from Fukushima Daiichi power station to stay inside the house
- Published the guideline of potassium pills to help people who are exposed to radiation
- Restricted travelers
- Checked the level of radiation of food from Fukushima, Ibaraki and Chiba before the market sale
- Finally, evacuated residents who are living within 20-30km from the power plant
- Keep updating the app to make users feel relieved
- Show detailed information on delivery route, delivery man’s info, processing time, etc.
- Add an option that finds the nearest store based on users’ address