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How bobmcginn started their app design journey
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
The name of the app is called Flash Card Pro.
Its an app that allows users to test their knowledge in a particular subject matter. Each card has a question or image of the front of the card while the answer is on the back. the user can keep track of how many the got right or wrong. This type of app can help users prepare for a test or help with their memory in particular subject matter.
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the app?
I really don't have any specific ideas with regard to the style/theme.
Overall, I like a clean and simple design with minimal colors (one colorful and one more simple like grey and orange, etc.) and things happening on each screen (the app should be so simple my mother can use it). Some apps that I like from a design and usability standpoint include Robinhood, Slack and Uber.
In general, I think the apps currently out there doing what I want (highlighted below) are too busy for the most part. I've tried to make the initial wireframe I've attached as simple as well but I welcome ideas on how to make.
Flash Card Pro
So here's a detailed description of what I'm looking to do.
What I need Done/How You Win:
-I need a designer to take the basic idea and develop the logo/app icon and the design for three main screens of the app, which are detailed below (images for each are also attached).
-Launch screen: This screen will contain the app logo/icon as it loads up.
-Screen 1 "Make a new flash card": This will be where users create a new flash card group. The user can have text or an image on the front of the card and can add as many cards as they like. They will provide a title and description for this collection of cards. They can flip the card over to input the answer. From this screen, they can also access cards they've saved in the past.
-Screen 2 "Saved flash cards": This will be the summary of flash card collections users have saved. Once they tap on a specific row, they'll go to that set of flash cards (screen 3).
-Screen 3 "Go over cards": This will be where the user can test their memory. They can remove the front of the card and the back and then capture whether they got it right or wrong. On this screen, they also have the option of edit the collection of cards (takes user back to screen 1) or add a new collection of cards (also goes back to screen 1).
What to avoid
The designs should be created for the iPhone 8 in landscape mode. No need for portrait mode or for tablet right now.