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Pollen App - Interaction Design

Pollergy can be used wherever you go. First, the user can settle his personal data through the human icon down on the left. This enables him to put specific data about his allergy issues, if he is taken medicine or not, but also to have a follow up on his allergies. This means that he can say there how he feels at which period of the year, to know better when the allergies are really bad.
Furthermore, the user starts by typing in his location on the top of the screen. This enables to update the data on the pollen count, as well as on the weather, depending on where you are. So, after choosing the city, the data on the screen will be updated. The user will have access to the current weather (temperature, wind data, and humidity data). By clicking on the arrow on the right, he can look at the predictions for the next days (regarding the weather data, and the pollen count).
Underneath the weather, the user can look at the level of pollen count on a level from 0 to 4. The pollen count is shown for the main pollen allergic factors: birch, oak, grass, and Ragweed.
The first icon with the cross stands for the medical advice the app can give. The second house icon explains house remedies and gives advices the user can follow to prevent allergic reactions. Finally, the app also gives access to emergency call numbers (which is represented by the red phone icon).


Lea Bou Samra

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  • Master in Visual and Digital Media - IE Busines School

Project Tags

  • Pollen
  • interaction design
  • iPhone app design
  • smart watch
  • allergy

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