Some of our test users
William is a 39-year-old man who cares deeply about the safety of the women in his life. He has a girlfriend who frequently goes out with her friends at night, and a teenage daughter who is starting to explore the city on her own. Alex wants to be there for them and help keep them safe, but he knows he can’t always be physically present. That’s why when he heard about Spher, he was intrigued. He was invited to join the app by his girlfriend, and he appreciated that the app was designed specifically to address women’s safety concerns. He likes that he can only see where his girlfriend is, when she allows him to do so, in order to make sure she gets home safely.
Olivia is in her mid-20s and lives in the city. She frequently goes out at night with her friends and is concerned about her safety, especially when traveling alone. She discovered Spher through social media and was immediately interested in the app’s features. She likes that she can input data about the areas where she feels safe or unsafe, and that other users can benefit from that information. She also appreciates the community aspect of the app, where she can connect with other women and ask for help if needed. Olivia feels more empowered knowing that she can use the app to send out a distress signal to her loved ones and other verified women if she ever feels threatened.
Maria is a 40-year-old city council member who is responsible for public safety. She believes that the city needs to get more data from women, in order to design cities that are safer for them. When she investigate how to get more data from women, she stumble over Spher. Maria believes that the data provided by the app’s users could be valuable in identifying areas where safety improvements are needed. She also likes that the app encourages community involvement and could potentially help the city build stronger relationships with its residents. Maria sees Spher as a potential partner in her efforts to make the city safer for everyone.