Some key concepts and terminology of the app.
The short article displayed in the article view, written by an Omni editor.
First lines of text of an article displayed in list views a including large/small image (optionally).
Resources provided below the text in an article view. May be links to external news services or to background info (e.g. wikipedia), images, subheading, text block, map, etc.
Each article has tags (topics) related to the content. A user can tap a tag to open a list view containing all articles with that tag. A tag can also be followed, then appearing in left menu under "Mina Ämnen" (My Topics).
Each article is assigned a category (like Sports, Entertainment, Tech, International, etc). Note that colors are used to differentiate categories throughout the app.
The user may select a threshold per category of what categories to display on their start page (e.g. no Sports, but everything in Entertainment)
For this task, we've selected some of the views of the app to have redesigned.
Contains briefs of news from all categories. User may toggle between two sorting modes; Toppnyheter (Top news) are news weighted by importance in the given moment, "Senaste nytt" (Latest news) are in chronological order. Each brief contains a headline, the first lines of text from the full article, a time stamp and an image (optional). Note that these short briefs can be presented in two different sizes.
The full article (short text only), including external resources below the text and at the bottom the tags associated with the article. The upper right button is the action button that allows user to share article using Facebook, etc. The category color is used in the top line and the dot in the beginning of the text.
The left menu is accessible throughout the app and allow the user to search, select category, tags followed and some additional info.
Please test the app (available worldwide, but in Swedish):