Left: Swarm 4.0, where the primary feed is a list of friends’ check-ins. Right: Screenshot from our experiment, which swapped the order of the primary feed, placing priority on personal check-ins. A user had to toggle for the friends’ feed.
Two examples of prototypes we made to test motivational mechanics in Swarm, showcasing how the UX evolved over time.

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Avneesh Kohli

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pm @foursquare, working on @swarmapp, previously @microsoft (@outlook, @msonenote), eecs @berkeley, part-time sports addict, full-time burrito critic

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