• Homescreen – either we need all the 5 features below apparent on the homescreen or we need good navigational features so that we can easily navigate to all 5 features. The order of the features are not set, you as a designer can decide what works better. If we introduce navigation, it needs to be clear where the user is at all times. (highlighted button)
1. Communication field/call to action, that covers the opening screen and requires pushing a closebutton to remove ie: ‘hi Steve, you have now spent all your credits’
- This field needs to be open when you open the app. And then it can actively be closed by an X.
2. 6 tiles with app icons that links to webpages.
3. News – at least two news articles with photos and headings.
-News presentation screen- if you click the news articles on the homepage we need to provide an in app web browsing experience. Here the user will read the news article, and be prompted with a small button/banner, which says, if they move further, they have to pay for the content.
• The user can easily close the article and come back to the app portal page. (think Facebook, when you read an article, you get the X to close the article and get back to the Facebook app)
4. Search field – we need a simple search field where the Yahoo logo is apparent in the search field box.
- The search resultspage needs a design where the user can easly close the searchresultpage and get back to the app homepage.
- and we need a communication screen where we inform the user that ‘You are now navigating out of the app. This screen can have a dollar sign.
5. Account Balance/ personalized offers- this should be a button which clearly communicates that this element contains your account information.
• Loading images- we need a design for when the images and features of the app is loading. Indicator telling the user how long the loading will take. No animation.