We will need visual designs of three of the five screens illustrated in the attached draft UX wireframe (wires3.pdf)
1) Top picks/everything: This is the home of the app, and defaults to displaying the top picks to the customer based on her current location. Each line-item will include following information for an event: (1) a high-resolution image, (2) event title, (3) event time, (4) venue, (5) price
, and (6) category. See attached example (top-picks.png) for a yelp-inspired wireframe of this screen - we are hoping for something much more beautiful, that retains the clarity of the yelp-list. The persistent bottom action on this page allows customers to toggle to an "everything" view that also enables the filters described in #2 below.
2) Common Filters: This is the place a customer goes to filter the "everything" list. A customer can filter based on four categories (time, neighborhood, price and category) and one toggle (kid friendly), or choose to see everything available to her. See wires3.pdf attached for details on the interaction. We are going for simple and very quick here. One of our favorites in this space would be the Yelp filtering experience (yelp-filters.png attached for inspiration), and we are hoping for something as simple, that hits all our filtering needs
3) Event Detail: This page is a detail-page of the event once selected from one of the Top List/Everything lists described in #1. The detail-page includes images, event title, time, distance, price, venue, category, kid-friendly indicator/badge, description, directions-button (opens maps app). The persistent actions at the bottom of this page are: "Add to calendar" and "Share"