Tri is such a professional! His designs were clean, contemporary, and really fit the brief.
He responded to notes promptly and appropriately throughout the contest so I never felt the clock ticking away.
He even offered to help with any unforeseen problems with the files he handed over (there were none).
I would definitely use the service again as long as I could work with designers like Tri!
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Independent app development for Android.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I am developing a simple Android app named Caltrain Alerts. The goal is to pull service updates from Twitter and send realtime alerts to the user's phone. Users may receive one or more alert notifications at a time on their phones. Users can tap the notifications to open a list view of the previous 50 alerts.
The content for the alerts list will come from http://twitter.com/#. Each alert will be short and likely contain train numbers.
There are a few features that I need presented in the interface:
- The list of alerts
- A way to manually refresh the list
- A way to mute or "snooze" the notifications if the user isn't interested in getting realtime updates.
- A way to get into the settings screen (you don't need to design the actual settings screen).
In addition to the designed UI I need:
- A simple logo
- An app icon
- An icon to show in the notification bar when a new alert is received.