The app redesign
Reviewing user experience interviews and searching through the comments and reports on the iOS app store, I determined the biggest problems in the app that will benefit the majority of users. By creating a new informational architecture and layout we can identify what works and does not work in the current app’s structure.
Productivity app

Flora

Splash Screen
  • Since you would not have a login before the download of the app
  • It will have the logo and then after signing up the splash screen then will show your profile.
Sign Up
  • Sign up with e-mail, Facebook or Twitter
  • By having multiple ways of signing up we can address the complaints of only having Facebook available for younger users.
Home
  • Since it was more of a 3 page swipe set up the home page now offers the ability to see all the features one place.
New Trees
  • Instead of having only 6 tasks and a limited about of trees you can now add as many tasks as you want
  • With the increase amount of trees you can earn you will be able to travel the “map to and collect them all
Calendar
  • Able to see your tree and task progress
Progress
  • You are able to see how you compare with friends you are collaborating with and all of your breakdowns

Task Achievement and Profile
  • You are able to see a breakdown by day, week or month of how productive you were and the amount of trees or seedlings you have grown

Flora - redesign

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