As part of my GluteninBeer app development, I wanted to create a story board. Please don’t judge me on my drawing ability! As I child, I was a pretty good illustrator. Now, as you can see, I am complete crap. Oh well….
But illustrating some ideas, in other words, getting them out on paper, is always a good idea. So I thought creating a story board would be a good step in the UX process.
I drew this by hand, first in pencil, then reinforced it in sharpie. The I scanned it in to Photoshop to clean it up a bit. I also added the color highlights in Photoshop. This will be part of a portfolio piece for the GluteninBeer app development
I am working on my coding skills a bit by creating this comparison table for the website Gluteninbeer. Like the name suggests, this blog focuses on the gluten level of beers. The interest here is not gluten-free beer. Nope. The site tests the gluten levels in popular and commercial beers that are not considered gluten free. I work with my partner to create the branding and content.
In this instance, aside from creating the logo and branding, I also coded up this handy little chart. After receiving multiple requests from our readers to create a summary chart, we decided to do so. The table breaks down the beer tests results so for. It is a quick comparison of which beers are safer or not safe at all for people with a gluten intolerance. Please note that this site does claim that these beers are safe for celiacs. The members of gluteninbeer.blogspot.com are just testing the gluten levels in beer for their own personal interest and consumption.
Jennifer Blatz explores the world of UX through words and imagery