My role in my group was to take care of the graphic aspect of the application. Firstly I made a layout in an iPhone 6 resolution. Using the images that Tom and Charlotte got from our chosen location, we used one of the photographs as a background to resemble the woodland theme we were trying to accomplish, however, I decreased the saturation and brightness of this background so that any elements on top can stand out in light/white colours can stand out and are readable.
Using the same logo as the app icon, I placed the lettering as a heading/title at the top of the page. I also added a line border to visually contain the content on the page.
Charlotte wrote the terms and conditions that the user must agree to if they want to use the app. In addition the terms and conditions highlight one of the main points of this application. It states how the user must give up a wide variety of permissions on their phone. Users commonly never read this.
There is also a section where the user can see a GIF that explains how to play the app
The second page is a page where the user is introduced to the main character of the app, Jack, There is also a start button to launch the videos/maze.
In order to make the cartoon of Jack, I looked for a photograph that best resembled a park ranger. Using layers of different colours and sizes, I cut around recognisable detailed (face, hat, t-shirt etc…) and added symbols on his hat/tshirt that looks like the National Trust