The briefing granted a wide range of choices for the design process, since it only gave general guidelines. The desired effect was to provide a highly colorful, bold and easy-to-use user interface – to appeal more towards the younger target audience. The software should also provide information on the the total number of donations, the date of the previous and the next donation, the reward expected, some medical information (as guidance for the nurses if needed), and essential data (mostly for donor identification). By bold they also meant low number of screens and big amount of empty spaces.
shows the remaining time until the next prearranged date of donation in [hours] : [minutes] representation; expected reward and preferred hand (it's common for the donors to use both arms for donation in an alternating manner).
provides information regarding the donor's name, ID number, Date of Birth, days since the last donation and additional medical information the nurses might take into account.