1. tour selection screen (grid with each tour)
a. have each tour listed - click to go to tour details page
b. tour name
c. time to complete
d. distance from the user’s current location
e. icon indicating status of the tour (start, resume, completed, etc)
2. tour details page
a. tour name
b. tour description
c. tour landmarks (bulleted list of landmark names - probably around 8 to 12)
d. "Start" button if tour has not been started
e. "Resume" button if tour is in progress
f. "Start Over" button if tour is in progress
g. "Start Again" button if tour has been completed
h. back arrow to return to tour selection screen
After the tour has been started, open a pop up that prompts the user if they want to play trivia. If they select yes, then open the enter people playing trivia screen.
3. enter people playing trivia screen
a. add person button
b. add the person on this same screen and then show each person added in a grid above the add button
Google maps API will handle the navigating to each landmark. Once the user arrives at a landmark, we will pop a message that says "Learn about <landmark name>!" Once they click "Learn", then we will open the photos/description screen.
4. photos/description screen
a. photos that the user can swipe thru
b. text description - probably around 4 paragraphs but could be longer (will scroll down)
c. need audio button with play/pause capabilities
d. "next" button to get turn by turn nav to next location
e. menu button that allows user to return to tour selection screen
After learning about a landmark, enter the trivia question/answer screen.
5. trivia question/answer screen
a. true/false and multiple choice questions
b. trivia player’s name so they know who needs to answer this question
c. after they select an answer, highlight correct answer in green and maybe display text that says correct or incorrect
d. "next" arrow at the bottom to go to the next question
After they have completed the tour and answered all of the trivia questions, then open the trivia complete screen.
6. trivia complete screen - scores of each player - and prize awarded
a. have each player listed with the number of questions they answered correctly/total
b. award the winner
c. have the prize below (probably a coupon to a local restaurant)
Note: Most of the screens are really basic so we are hoping to get by with the 5 screen package but if need be we can work 1 on 1 with the winner to get the 6th screen.