Six Feet Supplies
WEB APP THAT CONNECTS AT-RISK INDIVIDUALS W/ COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Six Feet Supplies was created to deliver resources and supplies for at-risk individuals, all at zero cost. Run by 10 high school students, including myself, we have recruited over 300 different volunteers to deliver over $50,000 worth of groceries around Southern California.
My web app has had over 15,000 visitors, thus leading to over 500 deliveries in 14 different cities. Our team's work resulted in national spotlight on CNN, LA Times, Newsweek, and more. Click here for an article about the site.
UX/UI design, Information Architecture, Site Prototyping & testing, Design Thinking, Site maintenance
SOLE DESIGNER, 8 BOARD DIRECTORS, 2 PRODUCT MANAGERS
MARCH 2020 - AUGUST 2020
Providing at a time of need
COVID-19 has left the immunocompromised disproportionately devoid of access to basic necessities, as they are forced to isolate in their homes.
As a result, residents in our home town, Santa Clarita, that are older or have underlying health conditions lacked the ability to retrieve groceries, or personal protective equipment.
We offer FREE delivery for groceries, items in limited supply (i.e dairy items, meat), or emergency supplies per the user's request.
Using sanitization procedures approved by local nurses, our volunteers deliver the user's supplies in a timely and careful manner.
Following our success in Santa Clarita, we expanded to 14 other cities around California.
Given the urgency at the beginning of the pandemic, the design and development process took place in a matter of days in order to create the web platform and our organization's infrstructure as quickly as possible.