Pant: A Six (-ish) Hour "Tinder for Dogs" Design Challenge
I took on the following challenge, to create a Tinder for dogs (and yes, I clarified dogs as the actual users).
It was suggested to take less than six hours. Admittedly, I spent more time than that. Someday, I may revisit this project to flesh out stronger wireframes and make a more beautiful UI. In the meantime, enjoy!s
Designer Test: Create an Initial Presentation for “Pant”
Brief: You are assigned as the design owner for a new mobile project. Please spend no more than six hours developing an initial research presentation. You might want to use UX research methods such as user personas, initial interviews, competitive landscaping, etc. Your presentation should include a few lo-fi wireframes for the most important screens, as well as one fully rendered UI screen mockup in Sketch or Photoshop.
Pitch: Introducing “Pant,” the Tinder for dogs! Our Brooklyn-based client is launching a new social dating mobile app to help dogs find love in a modern era. Dogs will be able to quickly enter their preferences, browse potential dates, and casually chat with love interests.
Deliverables: Please attach your presentation as a PDF file, and the source file for your UI mockup in Sketch or Photoshop. Your presentation should focus on your process, telling the story of how you arrived at your final solution.