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Looks great to me! I love the progress bar concept. =)
There’s also the little dots, which might be another progress indication, but a progress bar is simple enough to understand.
Nice work with the single screen design. I didn’t think of it, but that can make it easier to get all the inputs together.
Having pop-ups is a nice feature where you can walk through the questions one at a time without transitioning.
Hopefully, we can get more happy faces instead of sad faces!
I spent 20 minutes to brainstorm additional ideas this morning.
- Depending on who is going to use the app, I would design it differently
- An educator who’s trying to quickly assess a group of people might want to track results on a separate screen
- A home user might just want to go through an interactive questionnaire and figure out next steps.
- Who are you building your app for?
- I’m building the app for my Mom to use in her workshops, and that’s going to influence the design choices I make.
One of the interesting things is that we can use “skip logic” when someone enters “Male” or “Female”, since Men don’t get pregnant.
- It would be neat to include facts about how many people are at risk (and more insights/tips)
- On the “finish” screen I’d like to show additional details in a Tab Bar UI.
These are my mockups for next class!
I’ve designed a more “nicer” UI with Sketch!
I’m done with tomorrows homework! I will now try to set it up into X-Code.
Glad to see your opinions!