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7 people think this is good

  • Mihnea Miculescu
  • Stef McDonald
  • Manish Shrimal
  • Alessandra Rizzotti
  • Bryan Dávila
  • Ritu Pant

7 people think this is good

  • Mihnea Miculescu
  • Stef McDonald
  • Manish Shrimal
  • Alessandra Rizzotti
  • Bryan Dávila
  • Ritu Pant

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  • Bernice Voordouw

    What about a paper bracelet (like the ones from the gym/concert/amusement park) with flight/gate/seat number & a barcode?

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    I am always thinking about why a boarding pass has to be checked off by three people- airline, TSA, flight attendant- and then us. Cool they broke it off into three sections. What do you think about the design?

    • Ritu Pant

      I think displaying the information in chronological order would be great for passengers as well as everyone who needs to check off the information. Another thing I find would be very helpful is to highlight the seats. Every time I board a plane, I find many people (including myself at times) getting a bit confused about where their seat is. I think this would make the on board process a lot faster if people knew exactly where they need to be seated.

      • Alessandra Rizzotti

        I totally agree with the seat identification sentiment. I like that the designer did something about that.