mobile case study:

omnibrary

An assignment done as the final project for ADES 3545: mobile design, taught by Clinton Carlson. We were tasked with creating and pitching a business concept and resulting app from scratch, paying close mind to both aesthetic and UI/UX principles. Omnibrary is an app created to track carbohydrate intake quickly and easily for type 1/insulin dependent diabetics. Taking notes from diet-focused apps, the challenge was to create a system that built a meal piece by piece to give an accurate representation of carbohydrate intake for every meal that diabetics of all ages could understand, as well as cultivate a visual aesthetic that strayed away from a sterile, unfriendly medical look. 

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