An app that helps users stay on top of their tutoring.

4/2017 - 5/2017

The Princeton Review
iOS & Android Apps

The Princeton Review, the standardized test prep company, asked me to provide the UI designs for a new tutoring app. Well, six apps, actually! The app would have different versions for the three main user types: students (test takers), parents (observers), and tutors. The challenge was to not only to coordinate flows across all three types of users, but also to create a visual language and design system that could work for iOS and Android phones.

UI Designer (Contract)



Understanding roles and permissions

With the wireframes already completed and the features set, my job was to understand the flows for each user type.


Original Flows (Documents provided by the client)

I wanted to get a full understanding of all the screens and features so that I could consolidate patterns and screens as much as possible. Repeating and consistent patterns are clearly a best practice that serves the end users, but it would also be more efficient for the dev team if I limited the number of patterns by using them systematically.


Two platforms, one app

Because the development team was using Xamarin to build both the iOS and Android apps, I wanted to create a common visual language for both platforms, while still staying true to the guidelines and aesthetics for iOS and Material Design.

More screens to be added here soon!