The client came up with an idea for a new app for sports fans and fitness instructors: the presentation to potential investors required a more detailed interface and neat design. The task was given 14 days.
According to five pencil sketches of the customer, I assembled and supplemented the main screens, and made another 15 new ones with all the necessary functions of the services trading platform.
As always, I started from creating a screen map of the application: to determine the amount of work to be done, to design the logic, and to avoid confusion in a large project. In the process, it turned out that there were a quarter more screens in the application than I thought there would be before I made the map.
Mobile application design
To save time and money this time, we decided not to do separate prototyping and wireframes. I immediately started to design the screens listed in the diagram for the iPhone X.
The user is greeted by a loading screen and a labeled map to make it easier to see what is nearby. If desired, the searchable map can be switched to a regular catalog with categories: the app has a wide variety of gyms, spas, and fitness instructors.
Each organization and private instructor has its own page with all the information about services and contacts. Through this page users sign up for training and find out the addresses of the gyms.
For regular workouts, users receive discount vouchers and new free workouts.
Instructor pages are different from company pages: you can learn about the person and their experience, and easily book a workout or add to your favorites. And if you need more — you can watch training videos.
Work with the client
During the process, the client wrote comments on the layout. We discussed new ideas and possible improvements to the product.
“Very good design, multiple options. Great experience. Thank you very much brother, great work!”