01 MOBILE APP
App UX and UI
I was solely in charge of this project for the first 6 months. I worked with the founder, CAO, Legal, Design, and Animation departments to come up with the concept, flow, and the UI. Later, I onboarded another designer and focused more on the UX side of the project.
Nb. Due to an nda, I'm only able to present outdated UX, design and motion graphics work I did for the app. I also cannot go into much written-detail about each section. If you would like to discuss this project in a bit more detail, please get in touch.
An educational and informative mobile app for adults, young adults and children, containing:
All of Shehri Pakistan's content as well as role playing games for perspective building
Shehri Lughat, a 24/7 legal helpline, and a virtual parliament in which users can debate legislation as members of parliament.
An entertainment section with illustrated short stories on themes of empathy and tolerance, audiobook, jingles, and games based on moral dilemmas and diverse decision-making scenarios
A moderated chat room set to the theme of the Pakistani Parliament. Users could view the motion being discussed in bi-weekly sessions, and decide to join as a participant or a spectator. At the end of the moderated discussion, users would get to vote yes/no/abstain on the bill being discussed.
They also had the option to view past discussions, and set reminders for upcoming sessions.
A comprehensive data base of FAQs and general information divided into 15 separate categories. I worked with the Law department to categorise and copywrite the text.
This section lets users see their nearest police station, and to speak with one of the lawyers at Shehri.
I worked with the CAO to categorise 100+ Shehri videos and animations by theme, type, and language.
Know Your Rights
This section contained an Urdu dictionary, an e-textbook on Civic Rights – in English and Urdu – with accompanying quizzes, a Trivia section with puzzles about Pakistani history and pop culture, and jingles for kids.
I worked with the CAO and Outreach team to design the dictionary, quizzes, and trivia questions.
For details about the storyboarding and design process, click here.