Overall I was extremely happy with my final design for my app. I took various elements from my research that I had previously looked at and put some of these to make my designs visually appealing to my target audience. I thought the app flowed well from page to page and it served its intented purpose, to stop people from procrastinating. This being easily carried out by logging the amount of time working the user has spent. As well as the user being able to log their time worked they can gain inspiration from a certain page which links to a website or portfolio online, to then they can save to create their own inspiration type of mood board, to which they can look back at for later.
In the app I decided to help inspire people who use it, helping them research and gain something from it. This can be easily accessed from the main menu which leads to a long list of various types of design. Being able to choose from such things as; branding, logos and print this will lead to a whole variety of images related to the subject chosen. Touching one of the images, this leads to the piece of work becoming enlarged, showing the user who it is made by as well as people able to add it to their personal collection of inspiration. Touching the image again this will link you through to the designer or companies personal website or portfolio to view more work from them.
 
The main purpose of the app is to help stop the user from procrastination, therefore, logging their time spent working is massively important. To do this, in the main menu is where they can access their time log to being logging the amount of time they have spent working. The user then can start logging by pressing the start button when they start their work. Upon finishing they can stop the clock to log their time. Upon doing this they come to a screen to decide how long they were procrastinating for, 5% through to 100%, of their time. At the end of each week a chart is displayed to show how much work they have done throughout the entire week as well as how much time they have been procrastinating for
 
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I chose to take on the ‘Tomorrows Workplace’ brief as I would like to help change how people work and that I would like to maximise how much work Read More
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