I’m liking the look and feel of my profile and booking page, I feel the dashboard, donations and rewards/leaderships pages can be improved. So it’s back to the world wide web to come up with some better solutions
Disclaimer – all these stats and the relevant goals set in the app are approximations, and proper research and statistics would need to be gathered by Crowne Plaza in order to determine what a saving limit would be. For design purposes, I’ve placed a numbered goal on these rough calculations.
The UN say that a human being needs 50 litres of water per day in order to prepare meals and to have enough for personal hygiene. 50 litres of water per day are necessary in order to avoid diseases and to retain efficiency.
In Germany, the water consumption per person amounts to 121 litres water per day. About 1/3 is for toilet-flushing, 1/3 for body hygiene and another third for laundering, washing the dishes, cooking and drinking. For cooking and drinking, we need about 5 litres per day.
Therefore – considering guests will not need to cook / do laundry / wash dishes, and will only be using water in the bathroom, a maximum of 80 litres per person per day is needed.
The average household uses roughly 20 kw per day, which is the maximum I’ve set per day.
Whilst creating my initial app design, I felt as if I was shooting barrels in the dark. So I’ve spent the past few days gathering information in the hopes of bettering my design process. Here are a few of the resources I have found, and have been trying to work my way through:
In this process I have found a website that contains several eBooks that explain the process of UX and UI design quite throughly and accessibly. I have downloaded several books from this site, and I am trying to work my way through these books as efficiently as possible:
An amazing website and app design that suits my app needs. I’m hoping to draw from this layout in terms of flow for my app design.
Some design inspiration for eco, minimalist logos. The look and feel I’m going for is eco-friendly, simple design.
Talking to Millennials: