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Seeking feedback.

Discussion in 'Graphic Design & Logo Design Critique:' started by KatiaRum111, Jun 19, 2017.

  1. KatiaRum111

    KatiaRum111 New Member

    Hello,I am seeking for the feedback of my Design.
    I am working on creating and designing App than allows User to learn music Rhythm.
    I attached the Example of Main Screen below.

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  2. Paul Murray

    Paul Murray Moderator Staff Member

    It's quite nice I guess. The only critique I can give at this stage is to perhaps show a little bit of lesson 6 at the bottom, just to make clear to a user that there is content off screen they can access. Check out this article on the illusion of completeness.
  3. Alinexx

    Alinexx New Member

    I'm probably not qualified to give a feedback but the icon color and design looked a bit dull. Maybe it's just me, perhaps you can do something to make it pop? Give this sort of accomplished vibe on it?
  4. helios

    helios New Member

    Looks good but not attention grabbing.
  5. Aeon_Knight

    Aeon_Knight New Member

    I think the colors look good as they are and that it can actually be a plus that they're not attention grabbing. If the user has gotten to the point where they're actually doing a lesson, then you've already grabbed their attention! They downloaded the app, right? So now they need a learning space. Somewhere they can concentrate on what they have to learn and not get distracted by the background.

    I don't know who your target audience is but if it's an adult market then my feedback applies. If it's kids then things get a bit complicated. On one hand, they have a short attention span so you need to find ways to hold their attention. A clean interface like that wouldn't work. You need something more dynamic, maybe some animations on those notes, for example. Bright colors as well (just not everywhere, lol). On the other hand....they have a short attention span so they're going to get more easily distracted. Find a balance.

    Hope this helps.

    P.S.: +1 to Paul Murray's comment. On point!

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