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What do you do?
We post up karaoke versions of songs on to a video streaming service and allow people to sing and record along to them.
What is your industry?
Pre-Teen and Teenagers
What 3 things do you want to communicate to your audience through your app?
Needs to be simple and easy to use for a younger crowd. Needs to be fun and up to date looking to keep them coming back. Needs to encourage recording the songs.
Style and Details
How many app screens do you need designed?
The app will be released on iPad and iPhone. Should operate off one main screen on the iPad and as little as possible on the iPhone using a tab based system. The main screen will include a list of available songs to sing, the streaming video to watch while singing, and a recording area. The app will also store performances and this should be accessible somewhere. An additional menu for cloud backup would be nice also.
Do your app designs need to be a particular size?
iPad / iPhone friendly.
What mobile app styles do you like?
I really like the clean/slick styles today. Minimal but still current. Definitely stay away from any cheesy graphics and looks from the past (bevels and other 1990's type styles).
What colors do you want to see in your mobile app design?
Open for suggestions however we currently use a lighter blue color similar to what crowd spring is using on this form and a lighter complimentary green color.
What colors do you NOT want to see in your mobile app design?
Trying to stay away from dark backgrounds.
What adjectives should best describe your app design?
Clean, Slick, Fast, Fun
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