On the start screen, the main part is the input field, where users may search for books. While entering letters, search results are displayed (search suggest). The results are grouped by the where the keywords are found (i.e. the book’s title, author, tags, issuer and publisher). The results will party contain pictures, but not all of them! Alternatively, the results may be displayed with an icon indicating the keyword’s location (title, author… see above).
If one of the results (type book) is selected, the user is forwarded to the detail page of this book. This screen may, but doesn’t have to, contain a photo of the cover of the book as well as other data (author, year published, publisher, blurb, etc.). This page also contains a list of libraries and book shops, where this book is currently available. From this screen, it should be possible to either return to the search results list or to next match. The latter, not mandatorily by a visual but also by a gesture.
At the bottom of this screen, there is a tabbar, commonly used in iOS apps, which contains five icons: Book (find books), magnifying glass (= Search), Pin (= Locations), Star (= Favorites), <unknown> (= bookings). The Second tab (magnifying glass) is selected.
The last screen displays book shops and libraries nearby, including their opening hours and an indicator, if it’s currently open. Users should have the possibility to either display book shops or libraries or both. This screen should allow a user to find the way to this location and how it is recognized. This includes: name, address, distance to current position, location on map. Furthermore, it may contain photos, but not necessarily. The design should allow both.
At the bottom of this screen, there is the same tabbar. The Third tab (Pin) is selected.
The last screen may be divided into two.