The best feeling ever
You know that one, you’ve got an instinct, but you need to place the bet quickly. This is where “Quick bet” become must-have functionality.
When speed is of the essence
So, you’re out n’about and you’ve just seen the race preview, your favourite horse is next off in two minutes, what to do? Simple, open your small screen, make a selection and the Quick bet section opens.
Ask the right questions
There are key considerations when it comes to asking strangers for their personal details. You have to ask the right way – to make each question relevant and necessary.
Sports gambling is where the big bucks is, but in order to build faith, a potential customer must feel they can trust their next gaming experience with a site that provide the complete package. And that includes Poker
Following a stringent requirement gathering sessions, wireframes are key to both kick-starting discussion and frame-working development expectations
I have recently designed a best-in-class poker website and I wanted to share both my ABC when conceptualising and my top three take-outs
1. Lets get started with… R&D
I have recently been involved in a branding exercise for a company that has over over 20 years experience in consultancy, project management and business analysis. This isn’t a new sphere of business, there is plenty of competition out there so a stand out logo marque that was…
… was essential. So I presented a limited selection of ideas as I feel, after a certain amount of years, I’m qualified not to waste the client’s time presenting numerous options. This is a concept shared by the likes of David Airey on his site logodesignlove.com
“Good design is easy to digest—the brain shouldn’t have to expend a ton of energy to figure out what the heck it’s looking at. With any luck, people will just “get it” without needing a 6-section explanation.”
Someone famous (or at least clever – please comment if it was you!)
KISS (Keep it simple Stupid)
For user accounts, the default user experience should be as elegant and as simple as possible. This UI animation below, goes some way to filtering down what was essentially the most simple mobile navigation I could get stockholders to agree on. As always, there will be compromises, (inline personal information editing. for example) but overall keep the Three Little Rules (scroll down) front and foremost.
My Account or my mobile Command Centre
Over the next few months I’m going to be showcasing certain features from a new mobile adventure I have been tasked with over the last six months.
But first I’m going to give you a preview of what’s to come. This is one of the more complex mobile programs I’ve been involved in throughout my career so I’m going to attempt to split it up into manageable chunks.
First up: An overview