We see many tablet, mobile, web and screen interfaces these days, more than in the past, but can the human eye differentiate between buttons when we are quickly scanning pages or trying to focus in the smaller screens of our phones while walking or boarding a train or bus or - I hate to say it - driving down the road caught in a log jam of traffic. This is reality.
Differentiating the button process can cause enough difference in the human mind that it causes you to note a function or interact differently allowing you to submit to the functions cause and not miss it. This will inherently trickle down to the the User Experience one will have with your brand because they are aware now of things they may have missed had this been a familiar button or more common element that may have been lost in a sea of buttons we instinctively take for granted. Keep in mind, Function Validation doesn't always catch things as humans are known to press buttons and complain later, the unique nature of a functions button design, placement or interaction may cause the acuity needed by the user at that moment to make a good decision enhancing the user experience.
It may just send out a few endorphins from the brief mind workout too, furthering the love they have for your product. Huh, I guess another study for another time.
For the record, this APP does not predict Gender for anything, not your baby, not animals at the zoo, not the person at the bus stop named Pat or Chris who causes you to stumble in your thought process of determining the nature of their gender disposition or the surreal nature of being Gendererally challenged as some might be. So, no, you can't hold this up, scan a person and get feedback on their DNA structure. I will invent that next as it feels like we need that at times, don't we. Just kidding.
So what does the app do? It shares your prediction experience from the Organic Gender prediction kit with people who you want to share it with, people most close to you, people you love... Who you ask?
Why your FaceBook friends of course, the most important people in the world.
Well the first designs recently made their way to the client for initial approval. I won't be posting any relative descriptions of this App as of yet, but I can tell you a bit about the screens showed in this post.
I am glad the client went for the spinny wheel design and allotted time for us to program the wheel, this interface will be more interactive and fun than the block of icons, altho that one did look nice also, just plain. I am currently working on the next revision of the spinny wheel interface and interior screens. More to come....
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