We are developing multi touch applications. Currently our work load is more than what we can handle. We are looking for a talented creative graphic designer to come up with 5 different Multi Touch application concepts.
Multi Touch allows a user to use their hands and fingers to interact with the application. Therefore anything you design needs to be "Finger Friendly". If something does need a keyboard you can illustrate a virtual keyboard which the user can use in your concept.
Buttons/icons should be colorful, friendly and very neat in design.
When you draw concepts for an application and there is some sort of interaction happening you will need to illustrate this in the drawing or just make a small snap shot of it.
For example, a finger is pressed down on the screen, a circle forms around the finger with menu options.
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Any case, when you think about multi touch you want to think of the ability that objects can be shrunk, rotated, flipped, maximized, etc.
One of the 5 Applications could likely be a Real Estate application.
So imagine a bar on the bottom with listings, perhaps this is where the user flicks his finger to browser through them. Pushing the listing out of the bar bring it onto the center screen. then perhaps buttons for Floor plan, details, Google maps locations, etc are available, each when pushed allows you to interact with it.
For example push Floorplan and out comes the floor plan onto the table. perhaps you illustrate the growing/shrinking effect as seen on an Apple when your maximize and minimize a program. So the Floor plan perhaps grows out of the side or the button and then the user can rotate the floor plan, shrink or grow it with their fingers.
Thats the basic idea, so the project will be for 5 application concepts. no programming is involved.
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