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Bettracks offers a centralised hub for the football punter whilst also catering to more generalised football fans across the world. We provide a multi-platform live score service with the ability for the user to personalise their selection. Put simply Bettracks lets users select which matches they are most interested and get all the most important information for these matches. http://app.bettracks.co.uk/app
Simplicity. Our users praise our current app for its simplicity so we want to continue this theme. Colours ideally would match the current website.
**** UPDATES 30/06/2015 **** Many of the designs so far are include the coupon page. We wish to make it known that the coupon page should be able to have lots of data visible in the screen without scrolling. I.e. display more than 2 matches. The buttons should be obviously clickable. Many of the designs also feature backgrounds on the pages - we prefer the designs with no background on the main information pages. Backgrounds are appropriate however on login pages, part of the header etc.... But we prefer no background behind things like the coupon list. *** END OF UPDATE *** The wireframed app (not fully functional) is available here. http://app.bettracks.co.uk/app The user journey to access the 2 screens we want designed first of all is as follows 1. Tour - tour loads on first app load 2. Register - this page loads after the tour 3. Click "already have account" to skip the the user login screen 4. Demo details are username: demo password: demo 5. Once logged in you are on the coupon screen 6. Click 'Home' to add this to your bet slip 7. Click Betslip to view your newly created bet slip 8. Click save 9. Enter details 10. Click save 11. You are now on the live odds screen - since this is a demo app no live odds are displayed. 12. Click save tracker 13. You are now on the main tracker page. 14. Click on the fixture and then you are on the main match summary page 15. Click on the stats tab item and you are on the stats page Screen 1 - Coupon This is the main (home) page of the app - the page the user will land on after login. This will display all the games of the day with dividers by country and league (these dividers should have the country flag). Against each match is the home/draw/away odds and another button for all other odds. These will all be clickable so should look like clickable buttons. We would like this page designed with one of the buttons "active" i.e. the state where someone has selected an fixture and the bet slip icon is viewable in the footer nav. We also want users to be able to search for fixtures when they swipe up so would be good to see that designed at the top of the page. Similar to the UX of the Apple Mail app where the user can pull down to reveal a search bar. The list itself - we would welcome any indication that the match is 'in play' but this is an optional requirement. The user can navigate using the footer tabs as well as the left hand side menu. As this is the app 'homepage' we would like this page design to feature the left hand side menu open. This should be relatively simple but wouldn't be adverse to a small icon next to each menu item. Some general examples we like from Dribbble: https://dribbble.com/shots/1478584-Bet-Soccer-Free-Belgium?list=searches&tag=bet&offset=5 https://dribbble.com/shots/1296094-Livesport-app-concept?list=searches&offset=13 https://dribbble.com/shots/1398313-Premier-League-Match-Centre?list=searches&offset=26 Screen 2 - Individual match summary This page shows the individual match summary for one particular game. The page features a number of subsections that the user can get to via the sub nav in the header (the position of this subnav is up to the designer). (https://dribbble.com/shots/1870252-Live-football-event?list=searches&tag=football_app&offset=55 - dribbble showing subnav) We picture this page as almost the top half having a really visual summary of the game so maybe a green football pitch/something football related as a background and on top of that having the score in bold white numbers with a dash in between. Then either side of that having the football teams logo. It would also be good if we could get the clock/ game time in there. (https://dribbble.com/shots/1260041-Live-Score-iOS7/attachments/172366 - dribbble showing bold header of match overview). Underneath we would display all the key match highlights (kick off, goal scorers, yellow cards, red cards, subs, penalty missed). For each of these we would like an image, time and person involved (if applicable). (https://dribbble.com/shots/1292261-Match-Live?list=searches&tag=football_app&offset=37 - dribbble showing - match highlights). Screen 3 This page shows the stats in graphic form of the amount of people tracking Home/Draw/Away for that specific fixture. Similar to the match odds stats shown on our website (https://www.bettracks.co.uk/stats/fixtures/1724237/manchester-city-vs-newcastle-united) We envision some clean and simple graphs (https://dribbble.com/shots/1079290-Football-Stats-FIFA-UI-Concept?list=searches&tag=football_stats&offset=7 and https://dribbble.com/shots/1027794-Analytics-Redesign?list=searches&offset=0) and indeed a nice clean design on the page. (https://dribbble.com/shots/1021479-Fantasy-Matchup-IOS-Design?list=searches&tag=football_stats&offset=23). The key things on this page are simple graphs where the user can quickly see the information. For your benefit I have included screenshots (Screen 1.png, Screen 2.png and Screen 3.png as references to these pages)
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