The designer took time to understand the overall brief and came up with an original design for the family emblem. It was meaningful, beautiful and exceeded our expectations.
How Nikos Iatropoulos started their app design journey
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
The app allows someone who is watching TV to see relevant companion content on his/her mobile phone. This synched content can, for example, include related articles, profiles, stock charts, tweets, etc. Each piece of content is rendered in a shareable card. As an example of functionality *not* of the design, this page shows live TV companion content for ESPN News (the content is from Bleacher Report): http://www.lingospot.com/demos/2nds…phone.html
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the app?
Minimalist, clean fonts, blue gray color themes.
From the home screen users will select the TV channel that they are watching. This will take them to the companion content for the TV channel, which will be separated into different tabs. For example, tabs can be "stories", "organizations", "people" and "locations". The initial view will show companion content that will be organized into cards, similar to the bleacher report demo that was shown. New cards will be added to the top of the stream. Other views, such as the organization views will be a list of items, say companies, that are mentioned on TV. When you click on each of those companies, there will be a list of cards, similar to the one in the story view. At each point, it should be clear where you are and how to go back to the previous level or any level. So, to summarize, in the most detailed view, there will be three views:
1) A TV channel view - top level, where you pick the channel
2) A topic view - this would be a list of items, say people
3) A card view - that shows a list of cards for, in this case the specific person.
In some cases you would go from 1 straight to 3.