Begging Pegman Concept for Google Maps

Dear Google, I like the current flat version of the pegman in Google Images, but how about it acting like a baby, asking you to drop it when it’s near a popular landmark?

And it’d be more fun and clear if it started to beg not to be released at locations where the street view is NOT available.

Thank you in advance for your consideration.

 

And here’s my another concept I thought of 5 years ago.

Now Free– Checkie! Image based checklist app

Items that are often left behind when leaving home, such as a schoolboy’s handkerchief, grocery items, baby wipes, etc. etc… Checkie! helps you remind those items with fun!

Everybody’s busy. So the timer directly starts the app and images are used instead of text so you can see and know what it is at a glance. All you have to do is touch the item when it’s ready. For the events that you don’t know when to happen, such as outing with a baby, an irregular business trip, just prepare lists of them ready at hand! What you can enjoy the most of Checkie! is when preparing a list so that even a little kid gets interested in the process, which helps her/him aware of self management of the belongings.

Users of Checkie! say it helps not only kids, adults and seniors who often leave something behind, but also people with ADD and ADHD.

It’s now available free on iPhone and iPad on App Store.