As I already wrote, Alison won a new N95 8GB at MobileWidgetCampAustin the other week. (Admittedly, I’ve sorta stolen it for a while. Neat device).
Ostensibly, the prize was given as a reward for the best widget developed, but instead they ended up giving it to the best idea for a widget. This made us a little guilty, as we didn’t do any real work for it.
Now, widgets are mostly so easy to code that Alison actually spent some time googling about and almost did code something up, but really we’re all designers around here. So, we embraced our true nature and spent a lot of the travel time last Monday gathering requirements and scribbling ideas.
In my spare time last week I turned it into what tends to be our current first-deliverable a Concept of Design document.
There are several pages of just words, and a flow chart, but if that all bores you, there are some pretty screens also.
If you want to read the whole document you can see it here. I’d download instead of viewing in the browser, but whatever makes you happy.
Now, someone please go code this up.