Updates: I've tried to put together a more elaborated description. Check it here - https://paper.dropbox.com/doc/XIX-O…CK9cyxLIVx
The description and screens I have provided is just our attempt to present the value of our technology. It does not immediately the best possible solution. You are more than welcome remake the value (below) in a totally different way!
The problem we are solving is that your phone doesn't know what you want. We want to pull out the smartphone and see actions/suggestions/predictions on your home screen right away. Let's assume we can have access to every single screen and layout in every single app out there, and can show it to you. Like prepopulated Uber page or particular page from yelp with a particular restaurant. You can extrapolate this to every single app.
From day one, we wanted to deliver it via unifiedUI: A contextual predictive home screen that shows you what you want. We are trying to find a balance between something entirely new, and a familiar environment.
Most advanced, yet familiar.
Anyways, if you have strong opinions or a particular way of envisioning it, I would like to encourage you to give it a try!
We have 2 main problems:
1) Onboarding process. To be able to make predictions we request certain permissions, and it's a multistep process. We need a way to describe for user "What do I get here" before we ask for permissions. Certain permission require explanation how to locate and activate settings (showing gif may work)
2) The content of the cards: It is immediately not clear "What is in it for me?" when you fist time get there. Maybe we should add titles to cards, and somehow explain what it does when open for the first time
Here are the screens - https://paper.dropbox.com/doc/XIX-O…RuN70QtQXV