This contest is for the first 5 screens, which we need for our launch video and website in about 3 weeks.
First 5 important screens:
The dashboard gives the user a simple, clean overview, shows the name of the plant, the selected recipe (type of plant) and the general status of the plant within it's lifecycle based on time since seeding and the plants height (timeline: germination, seedling, vegetative, pre-flowering, flowering, harvest, shall be illustrated as timeline, with small illustrations).
Users shall see the most important growth parameters, which are the light circle (i.e. 18/6 or 12/12), humidity, soil moisture and temperature (compare leaf app).
There will be visual alerts if the user has to take certain actions (water deficiency, nutrient deficiency, adding a height module to the Ceden Tube, cutting leaves or harvesting).
2. Full grow report based on current recipe
Users can get more detailed information about their plant and the selected recipe in another view that contains all the following recipe parameters: Strain type, typical plant size (in cm), target soil moisture range (in %), target soil capacity range (in %), target temperature range (in °C or °F), target humidity range (in %), light cycle (hours on/ hours off), light spectrum - this is important and can be nicely illustrated(!) (Blue, Red, Deep Red, White in %), Fan 1 and Fan 2 Speed (in %).
Besides, the user should have the opportunity to switch views between real time stats or a graph view that visualises the stats as a curve on a timeline.
3. Graph view as described above
4. Community with grow recipes
From the dashboard, users can navigate to the community screen, where they can see other user profiles and plant recipes (they can sync those with their Ceden Tube). They will also be able to see who's plant is ready to harvest, and contact those to meet up for sharing their harvest.
5. Light optimisation screen during the setup guide
One screen during the setup allows the user optimize the light spectrum regarding quality (taste/flavour) or quantity (harvest amount) this can be nicely illustrated.
Take a look at this competitor app to better understand the functionality basics we are looking for in our app: https://www.behance.net/gallery/494…pplication