Very professional, very skilled, patient and extremely talented.
I really liked working with him, he was the first to deliver the vision i had, almost perfectly from the beginning on.
From start to finish roe was a pleasure to work with and we are very happy with the finished product. Thankyou!.
How Shazohar started their app design journey
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Games & Recreational
Creates a stream of photos that people can add to discreetly without having their information shared. People create a chain reaction of images/media that become one large human 'story'.
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the app?
Very clean design. Ease of use. Similar to Instagram and Snapchat.
Clear icons. Very intuitive. Dynamic. Not necessarily married to any colour.
Much of the movement will be by double clicking on screen. Swiping left and right, up and down to create different actions. From the home screen users can search for a 'stream' ie: Money. A list of stream names comes up along with any images that were tagged Money (eg: MoneyTalks, Mo' Money, etc). User clicks on the name of a stream they are interested in. When they click on the stream the stream pops up and looks like a stream of pictures that is coming out of a spool or carousel. (The picture at the bottom and top will look a little bent but once you scroll the picture to the centre of the phone it lays as a flat image.)
The flat image is what I would like designers to focus on. The image will have a number at the corner. That number reflects the # of images that are tagged with the word #Money. In order to view those images the user swipes left or right and goes off the spool to other spools. If the user wants to see more of the spool MoneyTalks he swipes up and down and remains in the spool.
I need to see the flat image have a number. The ability to 'like' the image either by tapping the number in the corner and having it change to a heart or something. The image also should have the ability to Add, Share and Follow. Those icons can be translucent on the actual image or placed somewhere that makes best design sense. Those are the only 'action items' that need to be clear to the user.
What to avoid
Busy and crowded text, icons, etc. The less on the page the better.