Wrenchr is a personal pet project. Fixing up old 80s BMWs is one of my main hobbies, but I have always had an issue accurately tracking maintenance. Wrenchr is designed to solve that issue. A friend and I are currently developing this app for Android.
In order to create the design, I followed a user center design (UCD) approach consisting of a discovery, research, and design phases. During the discovery phase, I conducted a competitive analysis of the existing market, needs analysis interview to help define application features and requirement, and surveys to validate the application name. The research and design phases leveraged a lean iterative process user testing prototypes of varying levels of fidelity. In the final prototype I skinned the app with Google's Material Design language.
I made a clickable Invision Prototype for user testing and a presentation on my user research and design process!