A92245 got their new app design by running a design contest:
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Business & Consulting
Your contacts are more than just a set of numbers in your phone. With the growth of social media, it’s pretty hard to add several online profiles for just one person. The mobile app makes contact management simple and manageable. Adding a contact is as simple as a Google search.
We are looking for a progressive, clean, flat design app that uses the latest iOS App Designs. We take inspiration from the following: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/day-one-journal-diary/id421706526?mt=8 http://designmodo.com/iphone-app-websites/ New Yahoo! Weather app We would like 99Designers to take inspiration on the wireframe/UI design from this: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/day-one-journal-diary/id421706526?mt=8 https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/dreamdays-countdown-to-days/id585947384?mt=8 We would like to have the simplicity from this app: http://www.infomaticapp.com/ Please refer to the iOS7 HIG (Human Interface Guide) for a good reference to iOS App best design practices. http://www.slideshare.net/evgenybel…g-22784587 We would like something that is simple, clean, and easy to understand.
The mobile app will have several unique features, each to help manage from paper business cards to exchanging digital business cards, and communicating with an individual’s social media platforms a lot simpler. Home Screen will feature the five main options: 1. Scan /Convert Paper Cards 2. View My Contacts 3. Exchange Cards 4. Sync cards 5. Settings I. Scan/Convert Paper Cards Selecting this will take the user to Level Two of the application. Camera will open and will have the options to scan one card, scan multiple cards, or convert from picture gallery. Options will also include a “Cancel” or “Back” button that will take the user back to the home screen. II. View My Contacts Overview Selecting this option will take the user to the gallery of contact cards. In here, the user can view cards and edit contact information. Contacts can be viewed alphabetically or by groups (can be in table view or tiles, or anything, really). Ungrouped contacts will go to an “Ungrouped” pile by default. Contact profile will contain the picture of the contact or the received name card, and the name of the contact. When profile is selected, full profile of the contact shows up. Full Profile Each contact will have a “page”. This contains the picture, name, title, contact number (office landline or cellphone #), email address, office address, and the picture of the scanned card. Below these are social media “snapshots” of the person (If LinkedIn, a resume preview, if fb or twitter, 1 latest post/tweet, etc). A link at the end can take the user to the contact’s social media profile. Clicking on the name of the company provides a small description about the company the contact is working at. Social media icons are also shown. Selecting one of the icons enables the user to message the person directly. Social Media profiles: Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Mixi, Weibo, Skype, SlideShare, and Dribble, Youtube/Vimeo. Additional Functions: Phone number – Able to call, SMS, or MMS Email – Able to compose and send a message to one or all in one group of contacts Additional options will include “Adding Groups” and “Search Contacts”. A “Back” or “Cancel” button at the header bar will bring the user back to the home screen. III. Card Exchange Selecting this option from the Home screen enables the user to exchange (or just receive) digital name cards. User will also have the option to either make the card “Shareable” (contact info can be passed on to other people) or “unshareable” (contact card cannot be passed on to other people). To share contact information, users need to be physically near each other. The requester taps a “request” button, and will be taken to Once the contact information is successfully transferred, card preview will be shown. User will be asked to verify and save the contact information. Grouping option will also show. Option # 2: Search for a profile by entering phone number. If the user wants to add someone, click on the “Add” button. A verification code will be sent to the profile owner. User then enters that code and the exchange is complete. Additional “Back” or “Cancel” buttons will be available to go back to the Home Screen. IV. Sync Cards Selecting this option will access the phone’s contacts. If user selects “Don’t Allow”, a message will appear stating that “Access must be granted for App to sync all contacts”. An instruction page will also show on how to do this (or app will just take the user to the settings page). Additional “Back” or “Cancel” buttons will be available to go back to the Home Screen. V. Settings Selecting this option enables the user of the mobile app configure the app’s settings. With this, user is able to configure his own profile, his cards, or log out and log in as a different user. Settings could look like the facebook app (we also welcome other ideas).
What to avoid
We'd like to avoid designs that are dark, uninviting, and/or intimidating. We'd like to have an approachable, friendly, yet credible feel. We'd like to avoid glossy, shiny, and skeuomorphed items.
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. App design starts at €549.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their app design.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
A92245 collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
When design entries come in, you can rate them so designers know what you’re looking for in your logo design.
99designs has great collaboration tools so you can pinpoint and capture your ideas
And then… they selected a winner!
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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