Two Notre Dame students ventured from Indiana to the Designing World DWcrib to discuss their idea for a mobile application. Now known as CNVRS, this Q&A mobile platform for conversation focuses on rewarding users who provide helpful responses and takes the spam out of the hunt for answers.
A BIG IDEA WITH EVEN BIGGER IMPACT
Designing World was provided wireframes outlining the app design of their dreams. When we see wireframes they tend to reaffirm our career choice, but these were works of art. We’re talking fridge-worthy masterpieces. They had clearly put a lot of thought and time into the user experience and we weren’t about to throw that away.
Taking the months of research the CNVRS team had already put it, the collaborative process took over, with the Designing World team utilizing our unique perspectives and experience to help blend the clients originally intentions with our knowledge of design principles and user experience to create an intuitive and beautiful application.
A FLATTER WORLD
It was late April and rumors of a new, flatter iOS were a popular topic of conversation. With an expected announcement of the updated operating system looming, our team had to be proactive when designing CNVRS. With this in mind Designing World applied a modern flat design aesthetic to this piece that would coincide nicely with this elegant growing design trend.