Endeavormore is meant to be used with the app and website. Both are similar but provide different experiences depending on what the user is currently doing. The app is intended to be used to record adventures. This way users can easily record wherever they are since most people have their phone on them at all times. The website is then used to view others' profiles and adventures and share your own.

APP
Left: opening screen.
Middle and Right: Profile page on app. The right iPhone simply shows the profile page scrolled down. 
My profile is seen here. Profiles include Current, Past, and Upcoming adventures. Profiles also contain icons describing which activities the user is most frequently interested in. My icons include camping, running, hiking, horseback riding, kayaking, canoeing, photography, and mountains, just to name a few. I also have a city icon, meaning I like being in a city, but I also enjoy the rural places – hence the barn icon. These icons provide users the ability to recognize what they have in common with other users when they click on their profiles. The flag explains the home country the user is from, and their page includes a short bio about them as well as a current location status for where they are in the world.
Adventure Mode can be turned on when users are currently using the app to record an adventure and do not want to use the app for any other purpose (such as posting/viewing their page/getting distracted). This way users are focused on their adventure and no one else's. This was intentional because I often find myself distracted by social media when I am trying to enjoy an experience. Turning Adventure Mode on allows users to still use the app but focus on what they are doing.
Users have three options to record their adventures: Videos, Photos, and Writing. All are accessible through the iPhone and open automatically when they are clicked within the Endeavormore App. The record button is on the bottom nav bar so users have easy access to it within the app (the recording icon).
Video, Photo, Writing
Once a user wants to upload their adventure to their profile they click on the upload icon on the bottom nav bar and this screen appears.
Users can then upload their recordings to their Current Adventures page, which is easy to access as it is on the bottom nav bar (the location icon). The app will only post to a user's current adventure, so when users want to add previous adventures to their profile that they did not record using the app they can do so on the website. The app's goal is to be used during an adventure as a tool to promote taking adventures and how to record them using the prompts as a guide. This way users are encouraged to record all aspects of the adventure – not just the glamorous parts!
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WEBSITE
My profile is seen here. Profiles include Current, Past, and Upcoming adventures. Profiles also contain icons describing which activities the user is most frequently interested in. My icons include camping, running, hiking, horseback riding, kayaking, canoeing, photography, and mountains, just to name a few. I also have a city icon, meaning I like being in a city, but I also enjoy the rural places – hence the barn icon. These icons provide users the ability to recognize what they have in common with other users when they click on their profiles. The flag explains the home country the user is from, and their page includes a short bio about them as well as a current location status for where they are in the world.
My current adventure page says I am in Chicago for an internship. My location is given on the left side of the page and the map is able to be clicked to see a more detailed version of where in the world I am (see photo below). This is a Google map that opens in a new tab. My current adventure page reads like a Facebook page feed since it is currently happening. You can scroll on my page to see my most recent updates and click on my photos, videos, or writings tabs.
My Past Adventure was going to hike and backpack in Steamboat Springs, CO. I explain what I did, what I liked, and what I didn't like here. The icons express what kinds of activities were involved – flying, camping, hiking, photography, filming, mountains, road trip, water, snow, and biking. Hashtags are also used to make activities more searchable in the search bar.
Scrolling down on my Past Adventures page I have photos and videos to click on. 
For my Colorado trip I chose to record primarily with photography and videos. I recorded all aspects of my adventure: when I was excited, when I was tired, when I was doing something new for the first time, when I felt uncomfortable, when I was worried, when I doubted myself, when I accomplished something, and when I was inspired. 
The feed page shows who you follow and their recent posts. Users can search people they want to follow using the search bar. Users can type in keywords to search for people and posts that use those words. For example, if I want to find other people who hike in Colorado, I could type "colorado," "mountains," and "hiking" into the search bar. For every user who has used #colorado #mountains and #hiking, their adventures will appear. I can then follow them or simply view their profiles and adventures.
Todd's profile – someone I follow.
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