Project Abstract

Just Six Questions is an app which asks users to answer 6 questions every single day. Through participation in these surveys, they can earn prizes, and view all of the results of the nation. My challenge was to design a simple, clean user interface which would allow users to explore this complex data, and also contribute to it.

Onboarding

Although the concept of the application is relatively simple to understand once you have used it, or had it explained to you, there needs to be a process to push that concept on to new users. Below you can view the onboarding flow, which just explains the app, how their data will be used, and what they stand to gain by using it. 

This is all done before the user signs up, to secure the value proposition in their mind. 

Just 6 Questions Onboarding Flow
Just 6 Questions Onboarding Flow

Rewards

When the user has answered questions each day, they have the potential to earn rewards. These can be anything from shop vouchers, free coffee, to cold hard cash.

Rewards section of JsixQ
Rewards section of JsixQ

Statistics Display

One of the most challenging parts of this project was displaying potentially complex data in many different segmentations, and filters. The user has the ability to see aggregate results, or to filter it out by age, region, and gender. This then presents a design challenge. Potentially, for 6 age groups, answering a question with 5 potential answers, there could be ~30 data points represented on screen. 

Below you can see three examples of how I tackled this challenge, and you can view the fully interactive Invision prototype here: Invision Prototype

JsixQ Survey Results
JsixQ Survey Results