Blue Chips is a cross-platform (that's right - it runs both on iPad and Android tablets) application that aims to deliver live stock market data... with style.

The main functionality of the app is to show stock values. With this in mind we decided to initially hide all the other functions and features. In result we created an app that uses maximum space to show data, helping the user to focus and concentrate on his task.
I wanted the tablet screen to imitate an old, convex TV screen with interleaving in order to give this app a subtle 80's feel.

The app is also customisable: you can choose the listed companies that you are interested in, you can change the time range and specify how much you want to see at the time (varying from 5days to 6 months of the stock data).

I've done all the design work - from the framework to the last details of the graphic elements.
This application was built with Adobe AIR and Flex Framework by Piotr Walczyszyn.

*Due to copyright issues all the graphs in this presentation have been created on our own and DO NOT represent any real data.
The good, old-fashioned start screen.
Some different ideas on the flags.