Macy’s Beauty AR App
Role: UX Designer
Macy’s was developing a destination beauty event at their NYC store and they wanted an augmented reality app to enhance their store experience.
The App has two components.
Part 1 is a “Destination” theme scavenger hunt, where users find all the beauty products throughout the store and sign up for a sweepstakes. Also, they get free selfie filters that go along with the Macy’s event. Users will be notified to use the #macysbeauty hashtag.
Part 2 is a Virtual Face Chart. Once a destination is selected, the users can watch different makeup animations that show which products to use and how how to apply them. Users can always go back and select a different destination, or replay the animation.
We started with a userflow just to figure out touchpoints on the camera permissions pages, product pages, and the camera/scan/selfie components.
User Flow/Wireframes Part 1
The first UX concept for wireframes was more linear due to the fact that the users reward was to sign up for a sweepstakes.
The second UX concept for wireframes was less sweepstakes driven and so I switch the UX to a less linear approach which allowed the users to navigate around freely.
After completing the scavenger hunt, users will be dropped into camera view, where they can access destination-themed selfie filters. Users will be notified with a modal dialog box to use the #macysbeauty hashtag.
User Flow/Wireframes for Part 2 Virtual Face Chart
Wireframes for Bottom Navigation Functionality