Trias quickly understood our requirements and was great to work with.
Adnan (Pixel.ex) has come up with a professional, engaging product that went beyond my expectations. He shows enthusiasm towards the project and is especially effective when collaborating. I trust him to design any of my products and look forward to working with him again. This kid is really that good.
How Sbrauer started their app design journey
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
The app allows our customers, college instructors and college students, to read textbooks online and view usage metrics for their classes.
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the app?
Please use our colors, styles, and fonts in your design (see attached) -- but NOTE we are going through a heavy UX audit and rebuild of our website, so please be creative and create a modern useful design to help students learn and be successful in school. We don't want just another reader, we want the cutting edge reader that you would have wished for yourself.
Usability is key here - the online reader as it exists today is quite complex. Try the links below. You'll see that the student version includes features like note-taking and highlighting.
FWK Reader App
2. Book Reader with “Shared Notation” tools
a. Usable in both orientations
c. Note-Taking (private and public)
d. Viewing and copying shared notes
f. Read offline
a. List of courses with details (course name, number, section)
b. Drill down from course to heat map of reading activity by chapter and section. (where average number of students reading YELLOW, further on GREEN, below average RED)
c. Drill down from course to Progress Report
For each course, progress graphic that drills down to student detail. Display all students with relative progress where each student is clickable to pop up view of: Name, Email (mailto:), Phone (call to), etc… (e.g. gender).