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Prior to becoming the dedicated UX design resource for the mobile team at The ACTIVE Network, I had worked on creating more efficient event registration flow for the ACTIVE Camps. The On-site app was to serve as a POS system for participants to register for events on site, as well as a tool for event managers to onboard participants.

AN EXAMPLE REGISTRATION PATH

A LIST OF DISPLAY OPTIONS FOR A VARIETY OF USE-CASES

 

One feature that was added was the ability for users to add additional add-on merchandise to their registration. Due to variants in inventory and the type of merchandise being stored, the UI would display different properties depending on the event.

The On-site team at ACTIVE includes members from our San Diego office as well as China. Because a few of the developers worked remotely, Axure was a handy tool for hosting interactive prototypes for other members of the team to see. Take a look at a few of the most current versions of the On-site app below. 

 
Instead of dealing with paper forms, our timer can download data with a click of a button, our volunteers can be out on the course to ensure everything is going smoothly and our staff can concentrate on creating a great event experience. Our participants also love it because we have effectively vanquished long lines on race day morning – they can show up to the race, swipe their credit card and go.
— Judy Molnar, Vice President of Iron Girl