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.
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.
More screens to be added here soon!