Role: UX research and design, UI design.
Market and User Research, Data Analysis, UI/UX Design - wireframing, prototyping
Physical gratitude journals are easy to lose track off in our fast paced world and non-dedicated phone alternatives don’t quite cut it. Existing phone apps have limited functionality and cater to only certain demographics.
Create a journal app that can be used by a wide range of people and is simple, easy to use and fosters a communal setting.
Instead of using note apps or separate Christian gratitude journals, users want to be able to write all their journal entries in one app.
Users want an app that allows external references for entries.
Kamsi is a frontend engineer at a start-up in Lagos who grew up in a very Christian family. He moved to a different part of Lagos for work and doesn’t get that constant fellowship he had at home. He recently joined a church near his new house.
Mimi lived in Osun State, Nigeria with her husband for the last 6 years but moved to Plateau State, Nigeria last month. She started a new job at a prestigious architecture firm but she sometimes feels lonely in a new city and self-conscious about her work.
This first iteration fulfills the requirements I set out at the beginning - it is simple, appeals to a religious and non-religious demographic and features a community feature.
I would like to further develop this sometime soon - the colour contrast could be a lot better and I also want to explore an enhance community feature on the app.
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