What’s the Q? - iPad Game

The Challenge

While at Centerline Digital, worked with a team to created a native iOS app, meant to be played at an event in front of a live audience for our client. It was decided that this would be a Jeopardy-style game, where the participant would answer clinical research questions, asked by a moderator.

My role: Brainstorming, whiteboarding, design thinking, information architecture, ux design, visual design
My deliverables: Wireframes, workflow prototypes, ui assets for dev

Defining and Ideating

Create a seamless experience for player of the game, as well as an easy way to navigate through the interface for the moderator. Needed to take in to consideration that this game would display on 9 screens, as well as on an ipad screen after the event.



Prototyping & Iterating

Before any visual design was started, it was important to convey to the client what the user flow would be, so we presented a low fidelity prototype of wireframes. This displayed the the general user flow for the player, as well as a direction for interactions and layout for the game. We decided against sharing static wireframes to the client and jumped straight to the interactive prototype so that we could set expectations for the final product up front.

Testing & Launching

After the user flow was decided on, I moved quickly in to high fidelity mockups of each screen. After the overall design was signed off on by the client, I made a prototype of the interactive elements such choosing a question, and what happens when you give an incorrect answer vs. a correct answer on the board. 

Using the design comps, I created a prototype of interactive elements of the game, giving a realistic visualization of what the game would act like once developed. I worked closely with an iOS developer on what interactions would be best and possible for the game. The app was launched before the event and overall was a great drive to asset to their booth. It has been later used at company functions to test the knowledge of employees.