varun8 got their new app design by running a design contest:
Redesign a iPad Game called Brain Games To Help Seniors
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Our mobile app is a series of brain games that are designed to identify and help people who have cognitive impairments such as Alzheimer's. There are 6 different games which the user can choose from and play once logged in with their account. The application was originally written as a proof of concept using Cordova by a group of students who work with our team. Since this time, we have decided to re-write the application entirely using Swift to run on iPads. Because we are doing this work under the hood we think that the application also needs a fresh coat of paint. That is where you come in!
We need to come up with a style for the application (look and feel, colors, style, background, theming, etc) while still keeping the game mechanics the same. We need to keep in mind that this application needs to be easy to use for people who are older (50+). A clean look and feel over something flashy is key here. Feel free to use any color palate you wish, there is no particular brand guide that we must adhere to.
Screen 1 - The flow is as follows: Login / Signup The user can login or create an account. We would like this very simple, with a low barrier of entry. Login should be the main focus on this screen. Account creation is secondary, and should most likely be pushed to a new screen or modal window. Screen 2 - Home Screen The user is presented with a list of games which they can play, as well as a few links to instructions and an external website. Tapping on any of the games will present the user with a level select screen for that particular game. Every game has a level selection where they can pick a level from 1 to X with increasing difficulty in that game Screen 3 - Game: Memorize and Re-write The user is presented with a sentence which they are given a chance to memorize. After a set period of time, the user is asked to recreate the sentence which has now been jumbled. Screen 4 - Game: Categorization In this game, the user is presented with an image, and must group them together based on their category (for example, animals, transportation, people, etc). We want to update the UI for this game so that we can include many categories (6+) on the screen at once time. We have discussed perhaps showing only one image at a time to the user so that more screen space can be used for the category containers on screen, but this is something that we would like some UI expertise on. Screen 5 - Game: Make Sentences The user is given a list of words and must construct as many sentences as they can using one or all of the words presented. We have attached screenshots and a video run through of the games and screens mentioned above.
What to avoid
This is an iPad only application. This is an application that must be designed for an older demographic (50+). Simple design and not flashy.
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