I have redesigned the interface with the fresh branding to display how the app could look in this new style. By eliminating information I have merged parts of the app into a more user friendly experience which now has an intuitively familiar layout making it easy to navigate. I feel this interface creates a significantly more calming user experience + addresses the targeted demographic better than the UI on the current version of the app.
For the shorthand logo an ice cube is perfect because it represents 'chill - slang for relaxing. I have illustrated a simple line graphic of a cube with a few melting drips just to give it more flavour + make it stand out.
Calm and peaceful and without noise, violence or worries. Other potential names considered: Chill, Candle, Deep...
Tagline and main title on homepage. A greeting exchanged when you meet someone that you know. Although this phrase is sometimes used for asking others about their health, it is more commonly used as a friendly greeting. Tranquil needs to come across human and caring as it is used as an alternative for people who do not having a friend, family member or loved one asking: "How are you?"
The color palette brings together a collection of cool + calming tones. Using white type contrasts with bolder accent colours of purple + turquoise, creating a sense of balance + stability.
For views with more information a onyx gradient provided clear visibility for the text against the background video. An ombre of blues, purple and turquoise was used for views featuring menus in a subtle + understated approach in order to induce a sense of serenity and peace.
• To use the app in order to reduce stress and feel more relaxed • Be able to find and access advice easily • Intuitively understand data • Controllable and flexible
• Anonymously store data related to wellbeing • Able to review changes in stress levels • Should display data intuitively • Strong learnability with navigation
• Perform tasks as fast as possible • This service should be free • A secure database • Responsive for all devices
Employer: Central St Martins