Final Design

Final Demo
If you own an iPhone, visit the following URL on your device: http://storyforest.genelu.com/fd-rd5/. You will be prompted to add the link to your Home Screen. After adding the link to your home screen, click on the Story Forest icon and give the demo a whirl. Note: some of the functionality has been grayed out due to the limitations of the prototyping tool used.

Final Summary Site
The summary site introduces users to the app through the site’s content flow. By clicking on each leaf on the tree, users can navigate through the thesis and the purpose of the app. Towards the bottom of the page are some quotes pulled from my research along with the user journey. Other important links like the Process Capture document are available in the footer. And last, but not least, there’s an easter egg poking out on the right side of the screen. This is intended on getting users to stretch the width of their browser windows in order to reveal the parallax effect that I’ve included on the site.

Visit the Story Forest Summary Site.

Story Forest Summary Site

Story Forest Summary Site

Final Mockups
Below are the final screens for the Story Forest app.

    Story Forest Overview - If your current position is within proximity of a tree, you can access the contents of those trees.

Story Forest Overview - If your current position is within proximity of a tree, you can access the contents of those trees.

If you are not within proximity of a tree, you can use a compass to find that tree. As you get closer to the tree, memories (leaves) start to appear on your compass.

If you are not within proximity of a tree, you can use a compass to find that tree. As you get closer to the tree, memories (leaves) start to appear on your compass.When you access a tree, you can navigate the content through the Story Tree view (center screen).

When you access a tree, you can navigate the content through the Story Tree view (center screen).

When you access a tree, you can navigate the content through the Story Tree view (center screen).

Leaves (moments) come in three different content types – text messages, audio recordings, and photos.

Leaves (moments) come in three different content types – text messages, audio recordings, and photos.

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