PLEASE DESIGN THESE PAGES, IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE.
1. START PAGE AFTER LOGIN - "start1.jpg" / "start2.jpg"
The elements that should be on this page (as numbered on the attached screenshot):
1- large buttons to quick-start specific games or exercises.
- BEGINNERS : 2 buttons, Learning and Gaming
- ADVANCED : 3 buttons: Learning, Gaming and Training.
Please feel free to re-design those buttons if you feel up to it.
2- Daily training progress statistics
3- Logged in user information, avatar, link to edit profile.*
4- Quick stats : rating, daily puzzles, training activity.*
6- Possibility to show some kind of advertisement. This is used by chess coaches to display a banner or logo to their students.
For advanced players :
7- User tips
8- A list of recent news announcements and blog posts (blog posts by friends of logged in user)
9- Short list of even more reading material.
*3- & 4- may be left out since the information is already available elsewhere
2. REDESIGN GROUP PAGE - "grouppage.jpg"
We are looking for a re-design of the groups overview page (via Community->Groups) - please see attachment)
• Please remove the blue bar on the right and
• use the full width of the page.
Maybe a few small changes are enough to make this page feel less cluttered, maybe you decide to go for a complete overhaul.
3. REGISTER PAGE - "lumosity.jpg"
Currently, our registration form opens in a pop-up. Due to usability issues on various devices like tablets, we would like to create a simple registration page. As an example, we like the clean look of the lumosity registration page (please see attachment)
• Please do not forget to include placement of error messages (for example: this username is already registered).
this is a difficult task as we have a variety of different target audiences. the icing on the cake.
• Hero slider could be used to address each Target Audience - our current design/ slider is outdated. We would prefer a more modern look/ feel. - We like the slider/ feel of http://apple.com
• Latest blog entries . We really like how http://www.chrisducker.com/ presents its blog entries: without a timestamp so it never feels out-dated when you visit the home page.
• Active members (last online...)
• Some quick call to action to get people to register. Maybe just an e-mail with a button, which then leads to the registration form