My name is Peter. I love pretty things, the internet, music and beer.
I am constantly trying to become a better human. Currently I'm trying to do that by building things for the internet which make me and hopefully others happy.
You can grab my resume here.
Mockups I produced working for Open Hospitality. Despite the fact that I was not a member of the design team, these mockups were chosen and presented to the client.
The group has three different brands with similar but different requirements. These mockups show the corporate home page as well as a property specific design for The Tuscany in New York City.
German hotel group Maritim approached Open Hospitality to develop a new booking engine to better suit their needs. As part of this process, the whole booking process was reevaluated and the design team was tasked with creating a new interface for the updated booking engine.
Again I was asked to produce mockups/wireframes even though I was not a member of the design team.
The calendar page is usually the starting point for any reservation system. With this view I attempted to efficiently and elegantly lay out vital bits of information such as the check-in/check-out dates and the number of guests. I also wanted to provide an indicator for how far along in the booking process the user was.
It is also worth noting that this is a multi-room booking scenario which siginificantly increases the complexity and amount of information that needs to be conveyed.
The 'upgrade' view allows hoteliers to upsell guests with custom packages. The chosen room is presented at the top and the user is asked if her or she would like to upgrade. Upgrade packages are listed below the room with a large image, sales copy and prices per upgrade.
Different from the previous view in that these packages are time and/or quantity based and can include anything from a bottle of champagne to scuba diving lessons (depending on the hotel of course). This view features more traditional e-commerce features such as a shopping cart and 'add to cart' buttons.
The proposed flow is as follows:
Additional thoughts/features that I would like to implement in the next few iterations:
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