Every summer, whenever it gets really warm, thousands of people go to rivers in Amsterdam to take a little swim. Official spots are too scarce, and people don’t limit themselves to those. They dive in many places that are known by only a few but should be shared with everyone.
The Free Bather is an app that allows people to find and share spots to swim in the rivers of Amsterdam.
As the main goal of the app is to visualize bathing spots across the city, the map is the central point of the user experience.
Text & backgrounds
Illustrations & icons
Page titles & names
38 pt & 26 pt
Search results & body
Following the shape of the floating ring, and hidden off-screen, the entire menu is quickly accessible while remaining on the map page.
Spot Information Card
users are the source
Users can enrich the app by adding spots themselves. A long tap anywhere on the map will bring a new spot card up. The next step is to click on the appropriate badges to give information about the spot. After verification by the team, the spot will get the "verified" badge.
This waterproof map lets people find the most popular swimming spots. It also functions as a communication medium, suggesting users to download the app to find more spots and more information. Material: Polyethylene
Never go swim without bringing all your things in this totebag.