In the Mobile Interface Design class, students learned how to create a mobile app prototype. A prototype is an early sample, model, or release of a product built to test a concept or process. The students focused on the user interface design and made decisions relating to inclusiveness and accessibility. The students used the software Adobe XD to create the mobile app prototype. This software allows the students to create click-though prototypes that can be viewed on a mobile device.

The students completed a variety of exercises to learn more about user interface design and how to use Adobe XD. They would use this new knowledge to complete the final project. For the final project, students worked with a partner to develop a mobile app idea of their choice. The students first wrote a proposal for the project idea. Then, they created a couple of wireframes for the mobile app prototype. The teams met with other teams in-person and virtually to gather feedback on their ideas. Finally, the teams presented their mobile app prototypes to the class.

Mobile App Prototypes created the semester:

Campus Companion: A navigational and informational app for the CCC&TI campus.
RoadSafe: A driving safety app for teen drivers and their parents.
Draw to Draw: An app to help artists with finding the correct pose.
The Dad You Never Had: An app that teaches life skills such as, how to change a tire and how to tie a neck tie.
Stream Guides: An educational app to teach people how to live stream on the Internet.
Challenger: A calendar app that challenges people to find their motivation.
Crime and More: An app to alter users when they enter an area known for high crime rates.
Poisoned Love: An app to help people in difficult relationships.
Friend Finder: An app that helps users to find quality friends.