digimarkpartners got their new app design by running a design contest:
We need UX designer who can work on family app with created contents
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Community & Non-Profit
The primary customers of this app will be Mongolian parents (especially moms) who currently live in the Mongolian capital city Ulaanbaatar. Currently, we don’t have a credible, dedicated information source where parents can get information that can aid their parenting (for example, there are no credible Mongolian websites or apps dedicated to parenting or children’s health) and plan out family activities they can do in Ulaanbaatar (for example, you currently need to go out of your way to make inquiries to find out which restaurants offer kids menus or where their kids can go to learn specific skills or sports). So our app will fill this gap, allowing parents to 1) routinely receive credible information on parenting through engaging and creative news stories that our team will develop, 2) browse and plan recreational activities for families, from one place without needing to go through the hassle of making inquiries, 3) Interact with other moms and families in a community forum, 4) Search for the most relevant kids, moms, and family activities and places to fit your requirements via apps comprehensive and refined search capability (For example High chair, changing room, kids menu, family set, etc…), 5) Participate in app loyalty program and receive benefits using the points, and 6) Make bookings and reservations on related articles
The style and theme should help the app come across as user-friendly and easy to browse. So we’re looking for a neat theme with a combination of bright or pastel and happy colours (not too many colours that would make the look confusing, but not too few to seem too boring). In terms of imaging, we want to use icons and illustrations (as opposed to photography and real images) for each of the key menu items. We want the icons to blend in well with the overall style and theme in terms of icon colour and look. And keep interface elements to a minimum.
Here are the 4 screens that we would like to have: Screen 1: Homepage (articles) The home page should be easy to navigate and let users to 1) easily browse through the trending stories on parenting, and 2) pick and choose a category to browse family activities. Open to your creative ideas, but the key thing is that we want simplicity here. Browsing the parenting stories should be as easy as swiping left and right and looking at different categories should be as easy as looking at a 3x3 table or box and each of the 9 boxes would have an icon that goes with the description of the category (for example, icon of joystick and text saying ‘games’). The homepage should also let users to go to the app settings and user profile page via one click. Screen 2: Single article. When the user browses through and clicks on an article (parenting story) from the homepage, the app would take them to single article screen. As we need to ensure creativity and avoid being boring, our stories will take on different formats, including images, infographics, and videos. Therefore the parenting story screen must be able to accommodate varying formats and have the following functions: 1) Bookmark or save that particular story for later use, 2) Share the story via their social media channels, and 3) Book to the events or places Screen 3: Category listing with search function. When the user browses through and clicks on a category from the homepage, the app would take them to this screen. This screen will then include a list of category items (for example, if you clicked on sporting activities for kids, the list would include items such as kids basketball program or places that have kid-sized pools). Screen 4: App loyalty points. When the user carries out specific actions such as sharing a news story on their social media channels or booking and other actions, the user will get points and able to spend their points for voucher from the vendors we co-operating. the app would take them to this screen. On this screen, the users should be able to 1) see how many points they have earned by carrying out that specific action, 2) see their points balance, 3) see what vouchers are available for users current earned points
$1,199 Silver package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. App design starts at $599.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their app design.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
digimarkpartners collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
When design entries come in, you can rate them so designers know what you’re looking for in your logo design.
99designs has great collaboration tools so you can pinpoint and capture your ideas
And then… they selected a winner!
The cooperation with Stefano Okti was excellent, as well as the results. This is the reason why this is our third project together. It has been a pleasure to work with Stefano.
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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