Very happy with the design and process. Would recommend.
- Michael Verdi
How K5063 started their app design journey
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Business & Consulting
iPad app that allows consultants to drag and drop the meetings from their calendar onto their clients, one meeting at a time (to help you keep track of your billable hours and eventually to help you build an invoice).
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the app?
Try to keep an organic feel to the app. Make as much use as possible of things like dropshadows and paper textures and rounded corners.
Use as much imagery as possible - Perhaps the client list should be rendered as business cards? It could be a list of "which clients did you visit today?" or a list of the client logos.
Perhaps the overall app should look like a consultants pen and paper calendar and their client rolodex? Or perhaps like an actual physical desk?
It would be very cool if you were able to incorporate map data or Google StreetView photos of client offices into the app. e.g. If your phone or ipad keeps track of where you are, then it could tell you which of your clients you visited and when.
Most people hate doing a timesheet. We want to make it as easy as flicking through your appointment book and swiping each meeting into each client.
The app is split into two halves. On one half you have your calendar (all your meetings and attendees). On the other half you have a list of all your clients. The user drags and drops each meeting from their calendar onto their clients to allocate time to a client. There should be an "Autopilot" button which attempts to automatically allocate time based on the attendees for each meeting. (If you are meeting with someone whose email address is at nike.com, then it will automatically allocate the time to Nike).
There needs to be a Save button and a Submit button for each day.
What to avoid
Most people hate doing a timesheet. This has to be effortless and intuitive.