Great designs, responsive to feedback, and detail oriented. Working with jokaDCV was an around good experience.
Love my new design! _roe was awesome and had great vision. The whole process was fun and easy.
- Typelab D
Excellent work. One of the best designers on 99designs.com perhaps.
Loved working with Rachid. Very attentive and responsive, as well as creative in his designs. Will definitely work with him again in the future.
How Tvfoodmaps started their app design journey
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
This app will be a simple educational game for kids which teaches them about football (NFL - American Football). The app should be designed to feel "fun" and is aimed at children ages 5-10. The app should also feel comfortable for an adult using it (e.g. not too childish).
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the app?
Needs to be very simple as the intended audience is for kids. Open to any styling that would be attractive and flashy enough to keep a child entertained. Images/logo etc should be kid friendly but not turn off an adult.
Teach Kids Football
The home screen will display the logo/splash screen with easy buttons
to start to play the game or go to settings or about us. Above the
buttons should be a nice image/logo.
The game screen will need to display information about the current
game in progress. Info like what level they are on, current point
total, how many mistakes they have left, the question and possible
answers. We would like to see the screen and how it would display a
correct/incorrect response along with some feedback about why the
question is correct or incorrect. This is the most critical screen of
app it must provide visual cues/incentives for the user to continue
trying to achieve the next level.
The 3rd screen shows them a "map" or progression of the levels and
where they are now.
What to avoid
While the design is for iPhone we do plan on porting the app to
android as well so the design should try its best to be platform
Please avoid trying to mimic our lo-fi mockup. They are meant to give
you an idea of the design but we are open to other presentations.