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Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Watch demos by Interactive Design students

During the fall semester, students in ART 435: Interactive Design developed user-friendly app concepts. Ideas, based on user research, included: 

  • Lostnaut -- an app to help you keep up with items, 
  • Nimble -- an app for people with Rheumatoid arthritis, 
  • Gyst -- a planner app,
  • Ferris Wheel -- a social networking hub, 
  • Liven Up -- an app to help you achieve goals,
  • PreServe -- an app to store and share family recipes, 
  • Find A Latte -- an app to help users find coffee shops,
  • TrailMix -- an app to buy, sell and trade outdoor equipment,
  • 2gather -- a social networking app for members of Mensa, 
  • Cat-O-Log -- an app to track stray cats,
  • Bavel -- a savings app for travel,
  • Worm Nerd -- a library app for book worms,
  • StableUp -- an app for barn management,
  • Military Moms -- an app for military moms, 
  • ScreenIt -- an app for screenwriters, and 
  • TXT2ME -- an app to organize your busy life.  


After designing high-fidelity, interactive prototypes, students created 60-second animations in Adobe Flash to highlight key features of the app and/or demonstrate how it would fit into a user's life. 

Check out their animations:

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