But then it was right to work and speaking of lunch, I very well may have forgotten about it today. I re-designed almost all of our screen shots so they would fit to the new home screen that we developed yesterday. I worked on the home screen as well and I think it ready to be made on a computer so we can assess its user ability. The last project I had for the day is decide how we want to design the "Official QOL" questions that are key to the success of the app.
I read more about these staple questions and then was luckily reminded by Rebecca that it was lunch time (or at least late-lunch time). I was losing focus, sometimes I just don't realize I am hungry until I stop and think that I should be(?), so it was the perfect time to take a break. We went downstairs and she explained to me about Impact HepC (or what I have deemed HepCure!) and where her project has brought her. It was fun to help her begin the process and lend a hand in finding direction. I am happy to share the lessons that I have learned over the past month and will bring in Steve Krug's "Don't Make Me Think" for her on Friday!
After lunch I got back to the design. I have sketched some quick options and made some goals for myself in what I want these screenshots to accomplish. I want to make them as straightforward as possible as there is a cumbersome amount of questions and the success of the app relies on patients filling them all out.
So tomorrow I will work on these last screen shots some more and then will be ready to learn the computer software that will be used to produce these mock ups on the computer. I will probably take half a day to a day learning the software, so hopefully I can begin producing screenshots on the computer at the beginning of next week!