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How peter.jarosz started their app design journey
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
The app helps users to manage and share their wishes. After a login the user can create wishlists and associated wishes. Furthermore the wishlists can be shared with other users of the app. Extra feature of the app is the realtime synchronization across the users devices and for all wishlists shared with other users.
The Name of the App will be "StarSnoopy". This is an artificial portmanteau word derived from the german word "Sternschnuppe" which means a shooting star. An association with known white dogs or any other dogs is explicitly unwanted.
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the app?
The app should have a warm family style. Design the app for a mainly female target audience.
Think of the following keywords:
shooting star, wish, gift, warm, cozy, family, female
Our app prototype uses the palette library for extracting colors from product images. This is used to style the wish cells in the wish list. Maybe it's a good idea to keep something similar.
We'd like to see some drafts with a vintage/retro touch (50s or 60s) but are also open for neutral or modern designs. Please choose according to your own taste or skills.
Generally a sleek and clean design is desirable. However please respect the Material Design guidelines at https://material.google.com/.
StarSnoopy (@see short description for explanation)
Here are potentially all required screens:
You don't have to design all of them. Pick the most challenging 5.
A short introduction to the app and what it does, implemented as a view pager with 3 to 4 screens.
* features login with e-mail/password, Google, Facebook, Twitter
* login button
The navigation is solved with a navigation drawer, showing the user info (avatar, name, e-mail) at the top and the menu items below.
* My wishlists
* Shared wishlists
Alternativley the switch between "My wishlists" and "Shared wishlists" can be designed with a sliding tab component.
This is the screen the user lands after the initial login.