I’m a big foodie, and I often add restaurant reviews to Google Maps to keep track of places I visit and help other English speakers in Tokyo (I also think it’s a great app :)
When uploading to Google Maps, the user can add a caption, however if your photos are upside down, under exposed or need cropping, then you have to open a different app to do any photo editing. My prototype addresses the issue of photo editing right inside Google Maps, without having to leave the app. As a starting point, I mapped out the experience in Google Photos and then incorporated this in Maps.
As usual, the Framer share is available below, however, the UI elements are screenshots so I was unable to implement Material Design touch ripple animations because these happen between the icon and their base layer. That said, there were many useful components used in making this project:
- Layer animation functions
- Button Classes
- Image rotation
If you have any feedback or ways to improve this prototype, please get in touch through any of the social networks on my home page.
This project is also on Dribbble