[40] Designing the app

2020, June 9th

Over the last few days, we‘ve begun to develop the IFC app. Today, every participant use their smartphone, and have to open their browser, go to the website url, connect to the website… It will be easier with an app.

Like the website, we want to make something simple, straightforward and intuitive. A* sent me the first views.

On the left, the connexion page. In the middle, a ranking. On the right, a list of past tournaments. For the moment, it’s a black and white app, with no extravagance. The simpler the better. More views in the next days.

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