Record app is an interaction design experience meant to bridge the gap between the physical and the digital world of music. With Record, I wanted to enhance the listening experience with an interactive design that mimicks the movement of a vinyl record. The project is comprised of 21 screens and features custom iconography as well as interactive prototypes.
We wanted to navigate users through a series of simple steps in order to easily understand what the Record app is all about.
The main homescreen of Record shows users what's currently trending as well as some reccommended listening based on their personal tastes.
A single album shows users what featured tracklistings are available and allows users to quickly listen and scrub through each song.
The main feature of Record is it's beautiful music player that allows users to spin and scratch records. Just like in real life!
A simple minimialistic search bar that allows users to find music and filter by categories.
A personal profile allows Record to make suggestions to a user based on their user preferences.
Record utilizes other apps that the user uses to construct personal reccomendations. Here users can provide or deny access to information coming from certain apps.
Every connected app will display what information Record app is gathering. Record ensures the user has complete autonomy over their privacy.
Account access is made simple through Record's password recovery system. Users have the option of having an email or SMS text sent to their mobile device.
Information on past purchases can be viewed on any credit or debit card the user chooses to use. Items, dates and costs will all be conveniently displayed.