So, I'm having fun making a small side-project aimed at improving remote collaboration for teams preparing a slide deck together. But I'm more of a programmer than a UI-designer.
The product is a small Windows app called "Bench" - idea being that people work together on the bench, as artisans in a workshops.
Organizer of the meeting can create a "deck" card with an agenda, people creating have their own card that they can link to the agenda item with drag-and-drop mechanism (the shitty red anchor on the screenshot)
This is the high level context - see screenshot of the current hacked-together app below.
I expect someone to help me by:
- Having a 30m quick call with me to make sure I share the style of the design needed (something much lighter and cleaner than the dark wood I currently have - product to be used in professional context)
- Running quick draft of the new UI by me: one or two iterations to get things right
- Providing final deliverable: bitmap assets for me to use to re-build the app. Expecting at least:
2. maybe border of the window with close button
3. maybe image for background of an empty card with placeholder message
4. background and color / font / text size choice for the agenda in the deck card (right on screenshot)
5. Example of how to display information on a card that contains screenshot, author name, time of last edit, card name (cf. screenshot)
Thanks a lot - quick project overall don't think it would take long for an experienced UI designer