Imagine a real-time GPS based map of Twitter on your phone: that's Whistle. 

With a simple map and list based tweet visualization, this iOS app encourages and estimulates interaction between Twitter/Whistle users based upon phisical proximity. 

Site map | There are 3 central modes for navigating tweets; map, list and graphic.

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It was important to keep a simple and intuitive design to allow for fast 
navigation and tweeting. Non-essential items are minimized wherever possible, 
such as the navigation menu, which only appears when users tap the screen. 

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For the visual design I opted for a gradient in a tropical palette, and clear buttons
with rounded edges: friendly and easy to use. The map and navigation menu 
are desaturated, to bring focus to the users tweeting and the navigational menu. 

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List and Graphic visualization
The graphic visualization removes the map (as users do no necessarily require 
map specific information, allowing for a stronger use of the application's colors 
and a personalized data visualization of your local area.

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Thanks for watching!

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