Steve M-G
An artist with a hard candy design shell.
 The Fetch project was more of a design thinking effort. The idea was how to take two separate waning products and leverage their underlying technology and create a new viable app. The most similar product in market is Life360.

Fetch Project

The Fetch project was more of a design thinking effort. The idea was how to take two separate waning products and leverage their underlying technology and create a new viable app. The most similar product in market is Life360.

We forked two directions: 1. The Traveller: Map centric, deals, help the on road, or at locations. 2. The Caretaker: This was more family centric. Keeping track of locations, checking in, setting boundries, and alerts.

© 2016 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property. Other trademarks and logos are owned by their respective entities.

 The Fetch project was more of a design thinking effort. The idea was how to take two separate waning products and leverage their underlying technology and create a new viable app. The most similar product in market is Life360.

The Fetch project was more of a design thinking effort. The idea was how to take two separate waning products and leverage their underlying technology and create a new viable app. The most similar product in market is Life360.

 We forked two directions: 1. The Traveller: Map centric, deals, help the on road, or at locations. 2. The Caretaker: This was more family centric. Keeping track of locations, checking in, setting boundries, and alerts.

We forked two directions: 1. The Traveller: Map centric, deals, help the on road, or at locations. 2. The Caretaker: This was more family centric. Keeping track of locations, checking in, setting boundries, and alerts.

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 © 2016 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property. Other trademarks and logos are owned by their respective entities.

© 2016 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property. Other trademarks and logos are owned by their respective entities.