Here at UX.Stackexhange.com can be found an interesting case of a redesign of a smartphone app for planning public transportation trips, aptly (or unfortunately) named Pubtran that a Czech developer did.
Everybody loves before-and-after shots, so below, I have put together a before and after image, showing the restyling and reorganization of information:
As is evident from the image, some of the changes are:
- Repositioning of the name of the end station/direction of a public transportation line so it is placed adjacent to the name/number/type of the line
- Subtle horizontal hairlines to distinguish each part of the trip
- Visually connecting place of departure with place of arrival through an icon
- A more prominent heading for each trip
There’s no doubt that the redesigned user interface is easier to get an overview of compared to the initial design.
Do you know of any good examples of redesign cases with before and after images then please let me know in the comments?