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App Design – Idea Development/ Treatment

App Idea Outline

BlueProject – Project Organiser App

My idea is a Coursework/ Project planning app that allows the user to easily and intuitively plan out their work, setting deadlines and goals easily viewed by a calendar /work to do page.

There will be two versions of the app, a ‘free’ version for students and a ‘paid’ version for professionals in the industry. This business model will allow students, who may be limited in their budget to use this app and also pay for its development with the ‘paid’ version. This design will also draw in ‘paid’ users as once they leave education as the app will automatically ask you to upgrade to the professional version.

Each version will be tailored to its specific market audience I.E. the student version having teacher login accounts that are able to set deadlines and review work and the Professional version having client login accounts that are able to see the progress of the company/employee’s work.

 

Feature ideas:

  • Current Projects
  • Upcoming Projects
  • Project Pages
  • Media Libary for sharing content
  • Student and Professional version
  • A version of the app for clients so they can view the progress of work

 


Target Audiences

Student version (Free)

The first demographic the app will cater to will be students in coursework based education such as art and design/media. They will most likely be aged from 16-20 covering both college and university students.

What features will differ

This version of the app will have a ‘Teacher login’ that allows course leaders to set projects and deadlines for their students. Students will also be able to set their own goals alongside these deadlines or create their own projects and deadlines independently.

 

Professional version (Paid)

The second demographic will be aimed at professionals in the creative industry such as media production or graphic design. This version will act as a sort of ‘premium version’ as the Student version will require a user to register with a teacher before they can use the app.

What features will differ

As this version is more industry-focused, it will have a feature that allows the users’ clients to view their progress. This will improve communication between client and artist as they will easily be able to see and give feedback on work.

 


The visual style of the app

The visual style of both versions of the app will be professional and have a minimalist design. The colour palette will be made up of different shades of blues and turquoises which will reflect and compliment the name ‘BlueProject’.

 


Moodboards

Icon mood board

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Colour palette mood board

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App layout mood board

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Citations

http://www.creativebloq.com/app-design/16-killer-design-tips-creating-mobile-apps-11513821

http://www.webdesignerdepot.com/2013/07/20-beautifully-designed-smartphone-apps/

The principles and processes of interactive design – Jamie Steane

https://gauss-development.com/mobile-app-design/

https://www.forbes.com/sites/amymorin/2014/02/04/how-to-use-color-psychology-to-give-your-business-an-edge/#2e5a9a0b170a

https://www.timeshighereducation.com/student/news/student-experience-survey-2016-methodology-what-do-students-care-abouthttps://www.collegechoice.net/top-15-study-apps-for-college-students/

Game Trailer Production Plan and Log

 

Week (Beginning) Planned Work Completed Work
1st Jan Pre-production

  • Initial Ideas outline
Pre-production

  • Came up with 2 ideas (Watchdogs and Pubg
8th Jan Pre-production

  • Discussion with the group and decide on idea
Pre-production

  • Discussed ideas with the group and settled on animal crossing new leaf.
15th Jan Pre-production

  • Presentation of the idea to Lewis
  • Pre-Production
  • Storyboards
  • Script
  • Costume Planning
  • Location Planning/recces
  • Prop Planning
Pre-production

  • Wrote script
  • Prepared presentation for Lewis
  • Presented the idea to Lewis
22nd Jan Production

  • Filming (Week 1)
Pre-production

  • Did location recces for the museum, antique centre, college, Canbury gardens.
  • Unable to film at museum and antique centre as need pass from the local council
29th Jan Production

  • Filming (Week 2)
Production

  • Jade filmed train test shots for the intro
  • Experimented with using GoPro to film scenes (tested with scenes 7 and 4) but decided to use handheld cannon camera instead.
  • Crew members ill so filming delayed
5th Feb Production

  • Filming (Week 3)
Production

  • Filming Week 1: Filmed scene 7 (Mabel and Sable)
12th Feb HOL Production

  • Log footage and start rough edit
Production

  • Crew members away so filming delayed
  • Logged filmed takes
19th Feb Post-production

  • Editing
Production

  • Crew members ill so filming delayed
26th Feb Post-production

  • Editing
Production

  • Filming Week 2: Filmed scene 8 (Harriet)
  • Logged takes
  • Started rough edit using scenes 7 and 8
5th Mar – DEADLINE 8th MAR Post-production

  • Editing (sound)
  • Colour grading
  • Complete paperwork
Production

  • Filming Week 3: Filmed scenes 10 and 11 (fishing scene and reality break)
  • Logged takes
(Overtime) 12th Mar Post-Production

  • Filming Week 4: Filmed scene 4/5
  • Logged and Edited footage
(Overtime) 19th Mar Post-Production

  • Sourced gameplay footage for train intro and edited into the trailer
  • Created Animal Crossing New Leaf logo for the intro
  • Added a rough soundtrack and sound effects
(Overtime) 26th Mar

Post-Production

  • Finished edit (video and audio)
  • Added glitch effect to reality break
  • Colour graded film
  • Filled out paperwork
  • Handed in final edit to Lewis
  • Watched trailers back in class