Here is what we were thinking. As you turn on the remote:
On screen: an animation (perhaps 3d effect) which brings us to the home page
Home screen: we can straight away see 3 main things, the skateboard battery life (how many km left), the remote battery life (in percent) and the current speed (so 0 in this case).
In each screen, you should see all available pages, and the page you’re on should be highlighted (if that makes sense). But they should be very small indications, as to change the screen you wouldn’t use the touchscreen, instead you would use the physical button.
Next screen: the current mode (such as Beginner, Eco, Expert) with options to change the mode and a little explanation of what each mode actually is. Top speed of each mode, acceleration in % for each mode...
Third screen: an odometer (total distance traveled and never changes) and a trip distance, which by taping it, you can set it to 0, so you can measure distance of a particular trip.
Fourth screen: a settings screen where you can put your data like weight and hills around the area (flat, hilly or shredding up a mountain).
Turning off screen: an animation which puts the remote to sleep. The remote can be turned off from any screen, so the animation has to function properly from all the screens (could also perhaps have a 3d effect).
And other animations like when charging, or when battery is critically low... not just an image though, like an actual moving animation.