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Reflare is a young technology startup. One of our fields is iPhone development.
We know how important good specs and timely, comprehensive feedback are. That is why we guarantee to give every submission written feedback. (Feel free to check our previous contest for the actual stats.) Also, as we know you are worried about your intellectual property, we decided to make this a blind contest.
If you have questions about the project, elements of the design, functionality or our strategy behind certain features, post it in the main contest thread and we'll get your questions cleared up ASAP.
Thank you for working with us to bring a new piece of great software to the App store!
iPhone users who want to learn about a certain subject.
The app will be filled with various contents, from Japanese characters, to Korean characters, to braille, to Flags, to last names of famous peoples' first grade PE teachers...
We are looking for a clean, sleek interface. Something that says "quality" and "cool" while staying out of the user's way.
Please find a PDF containing explanations, screenshots of the current alpha, links to further resources and function overviews attached to this brief.
As we wanted to make things as clear as possible, we used many different slides. The total number of interface elements to be designed is much lower than the number of slides. If you still have questions, please don't hesitate to ask us.
We will need the finished design in PSD format.
As there are many different elements, feel free to submit partial mockups and get feedback on them before creating a full mockup.
However, at the end of the contest, only designers who have created mockups of all elements will be considered for winning the contest.
Forgot to mention this in the brief PDF:
The OpenFeint logos have to appear in their original colors. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Another misunderstanding regarding OpenFeint: OpenFeint is a score keeping system we use in our app. It is not our brand or the app's brand. By using OpenFeint, we are required to display their logo at certain points within the app. OpenFeint should thus appear in the elements where the design specifications make reference to them, but not be the primary visual.