As a driver myself, the most important thing for choosing the right navigation map app is by two factors:
- Avoid Traffic
- Accuracy and convenience
Waze has been a great app in terms of friendly and intuitive User Interface. However, there is a "life changing" tips that from designer like me. I strongly recommend Waze add two buttons on the main face. It could be fixed or pop up. Either way, you need to give an option to drivers while they need to make a quick decision which way to go. The two buttons are:
- LOCAL ROAD
I am sure when people are reading at this post, they might thank me for pointing out. Yes, this is super important in terms of avoiding the traffic and make life way better.
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(LEFT) WITHOUT LOCAL/HIGHWAY BUTTON (RIGHT) ADDED LOCAL/HIGHWAY BUTTON
So I scrolled to the bottom to look for the answer, YAY, start selling button. However, after you click it, you'll go back to the top for "nothing". Can you imagine you've spent longer than 3 minutes and still don't have a clue.
Finally, I realize they create a "usual" but "unsual" bar for search/input to create a sell item. OMG. Are you kidding me?
List another item sounds "easy" right? But the result is going back to the confusing first page.
I have to manually click the "go backward" button on my browser in order to use the "Sell a similar item", what can I say?