inkHunter is an AR mobile app for people to virtually “try on” various tattoos. By drawing a cross on the skin you want to have a tattoo on, you could easily preview the tattoo via the inkHunter.
Basically it is a simple app with this only feature, but I feel that it is great example to combine the AR technology with the mobile app in the real life. Users could select their favorite tattoos in the Gallery and tap on “Try” to try whatever tattoos they like.
‘Alarmy’ is an alarm application, which ensures an easy start to the day by forcing you out of bed.
There are several activities you can choose.
1. Take a Picture -Move to a specific location.
You set it up by registering a photo of an area or room in your house. Then once the alarm is set, the only way to make it stop ringing is to get out of bed and go take a photo of the registered area. This function also helped people to connect to make habits in the morning naturally. For example, take a picture of the book they have to read, or take a picture of email account, so it helps people to read a book or check email every morning when they get up.
2. Shake – Physically exert yourself.
People have to shake the phone until they reach their preset goal to dismiss Shake Mode alarms. Their body could use some exercise in the mornings.
3. Solve a Math Problem – This activity allows for people to wake up the brain, as well as the body.
Solve some math to stop their alarm. For example, easy math problems: (61 X 8) + 12 is a lot harder in bed. They can customize the level of difficulty and number of questions to solve in the morning.
1.Since the health data is important, don’t use reminder page( at most time, users just ignore it). The first time the user uses this app, fill the health data view should be the first thing come out. refer to the baby food app.
2.in the dish details page, the user is likely to don’t know the meaning of the green background. Just repeat the recommended might be helpful.
3.in the health data tab, is the calendar necessary? simplify it. lists
1. From the user test, people told me for busy people; maybe they do not need time filter specifically. They aim to make food quick. Think about another filter which can be helpful for them.
2. And people asked me “Is there any popular recipe or recommendation recipe?”
3. Think about the menu. (No need drink, dessert, or appetizer for this app.)
During my research, I found out that there are not many recipes that only takes 5minutes or 10minutes so, I decided to provide a recipe, which takes less than 40minutes. And I made a new filter that users can put the ingredients they have at home, or they want to eat. After their inputs, the app will recommend four recipes based on ingredients they choose.