The scope of the project is limited to the following 5 screens from the above wireframes. However, there is a potential 1-to-1 follow-on project to build out the rest of the design.
Please submit the Exercise and Profile screens first.
Update (10/5): I've created a screencast to help explain some of the exercise screen functionality. Please review it here: http://www.screenr.com/7kFH
1. Exercise (http://bit.ly/19CwcuT)
- core screen for actually practising yoga and meditation exercises
- users can swipe through exercise 'cards' in the series
- user use the timer controls to progress through each exercise
- the progress bar tracks progress through the series
- please download and explore the current version (http://bit.ly/1fwquOD) to better understand this functionality.
2. Profile - rewards (http://bit.ly/1bEFPiK)
- user profile view with the rewards tab displayed
- users earn points and a reward each time they complete a series of exercises
- users gain levels by reaching certain point thresholds
- user levels have corresponding names (in example, level 5 is 'Tree Hugger')
- rewards can be anything from information (e.g. quotes) to coupon codes for popular yoga retail outlets.
- rewards are grouped into different tiers (common, rare, etc.) based on their 'drop rate'
- users can gift rewards they've earned to other users
3. Home (http://bit.ly/15rpczT)
- first screen after user logs in
- displays key information from the user's profile (meant to motivate the user)
- provides quick access to highlighted content
4. Content List - Tags (http://bit.ly/15SycBI)
- this is the core list view for browsing content (series of exercises) with several filters enabled
- filters are added via the search / filter slide-out menu (see 3. below)
- the majority of content is only available to premium subscribers
- users can tap on an item to view the 'set info' screen (in wireframes, but not in current project scope)
- users can download the content from the server by tapping the download button
- if the content has already been downloaded, the open button displays instead
- tapping the open button takes the user to the exercise screen (see 4. below)
5. Content List - Filter (http://bit.ly/1baMYIe)
- slide-out menu that allows users to search, filter, and sort the content list view results
Additional documentation is available on the wireframe pages.
We will require a layered .psd file for each screen so that we can crop/cut out all of the design elements and include them in the app.