- TV channel app
- Tells the user the exact channel for any show
- Fish species app
- tells the user fish species in a picture that was taken (target: marine science)
- Hiking trails app
- shows the locations of trails with distance of trails, photos, and reviews
- Fast food nutritional facts app
- a database that shows all the nutritional facts of any fast food place
- Bus app
- shows the route of buses in a specific city, time tables, and possible GPS location of bus
- Financial app
- a checklist that helps keep a constant update on a student's financial aid. eg) deadlines, forms, sites, etc.
- Parking spot app
- shows user parking garages near them based off GPS location and shows information like rates
- Landmarks app
- shows locations of historic landmarks based on GPS location
- List app
- allows the user to create a list for specific tasks. eg) groceries, office supplies, schedules, etc
- Engine data app
- if phone connected in car, will save engine data on phone to show to mechanic. eg) oil pressure, etc
- Insurance company damage app
- allows user to evaluate damage of car based off a picture that user takes.
- Accounting app
- allows the user to keep track of income, expenses and balances
- Symptoms app
- user inputs medical symptoms and the app displays possible conditions they are in
- Comic strip app
- database full of Sunday comic strips
- Snowflake app
- a mini game that user "cuts" out a paper snowflake
- Inspirational app
- everyday this app has a inspirational quote.
- Joke app
- databases of all sorts of jokes
- True or False app
- a mini game that has a bunch of true/false questions about anything and everything
- Sci-fi soundboard
- contains a large array of soundboards from sci-fi films
- Idea app
- user inputs a category and it gives a lists of project ideas for that category
- The app seems simple but allows for the user to be efficient with their time of be organize
- One of the main problems that my friends and I have when going to a new place is finding parking garages.
My main focus on these apps were college students and my users were mostly my friends and a big help was my roommate. There is a picture of him analyzing the setup.
My main insights from this is that the List app is good just they felt like it was a little basic, but that they could see what i was imagining it and where it could go. For the Parking app, they liked it just that again it seemed basic.
Below is my photos of the prototypes and of my roommate (Sorry for the disarray. I was struggling with the insert image tool and with the alignment settings on the pictures).