How might we make trip planning a true group effort?
This is my Master thesis.
Planning a trip with groups can be stressful, overwhelming, and time-consuming. With multiple parties involved, decisions on where to go, where to stay, where to eat, and what to do can be challenging. While there are many travel planning tools on the market, none of them succeed in aligning expectations and facilitating group decisions.
Ditto is a platform that streamlines the process of planning a group trip by distributing tasks and polling the group to form decisions together. A master itinerary keeps everyone on the same page before, during, and after the adventure.
Each group member shares their personal interests and preferences for the trip during the onboarding. As the group shares updates via chat, individuals can bookmark favorites into an integrated repository from which the trip is built. Saving you from delay, indecisiveness, and unnecessary tension, Ditto polls the group on matters requiring advanced booking, allowing everyone’s voices to be heard.
To learn more about this project,
check out this blog post or email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Scope : 8 months
Advisors : Pingyi Wang (Frog), Rose Matsa (Shutterstock), Eric Forman (SVA), Graham Letorney (SVA)