Now that we’ve got an MVP ready to submit to the store, it’s time to start iterating on improvements. The app works, it’s intuitive for the majority of testers, and it even has a bell and whistle (singular) but now we need to make some moves to make it a bit more seductive.
Each of the following are non-functional prototypes and are being used to test before narrowing down any viable ideas. Click on each to read a description of the whys and hows.
Taking the circle nav buttons from the top and offering a very clear and tactile offering at bottom. This also helps to use the empty white space that most will see since the average user will have 1-2 flos.
The idea is that it’s easier for the thumb to hit the top of the screen than the bottom when using one hand.
Is the menu status confusing now? You’re on none of the areas? Hummm
New flow are pre-filled with default values for super easy creation.
Definitely an MVP screen. It works but needs some love.
That modal needs a lot of love. Ugh
The idea is that the entire area is filled and divided among the total flos. Easier to click on but not very intuitive.
Divided among two flos. The area would continue to divide until a minimum height is reached then it would scroll. Two behaviors for the same list? Rule broken.
This gives us a publication feel which is certainly more consumer and modern. Or is it mid-century? 😉