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Business & Consulting
The objective of this application is for a User to create and manage Organizations (company, government agency, or investment group) that might be interested in acquiring technologies from a research institution (think IBM acquires a chip technology from a university). That Organization will have certain basic information (Agency Name, Description, Location, and Avatar. The User would add multiple 'Tech and Application Areas of Interest' to each Organization (e.g. 'cybersecurity devices, security algorithms, biotech devices, water filtration'). He would also be able to add and see notes on each Organization with a timestamp (think comment threads). Lastly, the User would be able to add known Contacts (with a name, position, status, email) to each Organization. In addition to creating and managing Organizations, the app requires a 'home' screen with a search field (for Areas of Interest, Problems). The search would return the Organizations (in a card form) for who fits the criteria. Other details: There is a home page with search that should return Organizations as you search (hence my multiple pages to explain the way that looks). Then when you click an Organization it takes you to an Organization page (much like a LinkedIn profile) where the user can edit and delete content in the page itself . The other pages for Tech Areas, Application Areas, and Problems should just be a full list of all the Tech Areas, Application Areas, and Problems with icons for the type of Organizations that have them (Company, Government Agency, and Investment Organization).
Purples and grays, unique icons. Trendy buttons (either square or very rounded corners). This app is for a high-science consulting group, so science and technology motifs.
There is a home page with search that should return Organizations as you search. The Organization appear in the form of a card that is somehow color-coded based on the type of Organization (3 different colors). A user can filter that search by 'Tech Area', 'Application Area', 'Problem', or 'All'. When the User selects an Organization to view, the app shows the Organization's page. This should feel like a social media app (much like LinkedIn). There will be an Organization logo and location/address. The User can then click 3 buttons (Profile, Areas of Interest, or Notes) to read more about that aspect of the Organization. The Profile tab has an About section and a Contacts section with a button to indicate if that contact is still active at the Organization. There should be some way to edit the contact of the profile and the Organization in-screen. The Areas of Interest tab shows 3 different sections: Technology Areas, Application Areas, and Problems. The User should be able to add, edit and delete new 'areas' in each section. The Notes tab is like a comments thread. When a User wants to add a Note, he clicks a button and types it out. His avatar along with name and timestamp with edit and delete links appear. The last screen is an index page for all Technology Areas of Interest. There should be a list of all tech areas with a count of how many Organizations are interested in that tech area. There should also be the same icon set for Organization type (Company, Government Agency, and Investment Group) with a counter for how many of each have that tech area of interest.
What to avoid
This is not a native app. It should feel like one but be designed so we can make our mobile site look like this.
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. App design starts at $799.
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It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their app design.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
ArchiTechPlatform collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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