Wonderous App Design Makes Learning Fun Through an Interactive Platform Loaded With Stunning Visuals and Content
Wonderous isn't just a demo app showcasing Flutter's robust design and development capabilities. It's also a fully-functional, valuable and exciting app allowing users to navigate the intersection of history, art and culture.
The designers at gskinner leveraged the breathtaking digital illustrations of the Wonders of the World, each with its distinct visual characteristics yet still very much cohesive in the overall look.
Modern sketches, vibrant colors, grainy textures and other creative visual touches make the browsing experience more engaging and aesthetically pleasing (Learn more about the benefits of color psychology in marketing).
Plus, the designers intensified the app's animations and transitions – the perfect way to bring the wonder of these historical sites to life! Animating most visual app elements and integrating parallax scrolling features keep the users hooked and make the app 10x more interactive.
As mentioned, the app educates and entertains, so it's not just for show. Each image card opens to a full-page scrollable layout filled with facts, stories and other bite-sized information.
Several icons also lay at the bottom of the page, serving as navigation buttons for users to view more images, browse artifacts, and learn more about each site.
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Users can use the hamburger menu on the app's home section as an alternative navigation window to jump from one site to another.
But that's not all – this section also contains several CTA buttons: an About section that shares important details about the app, an Artifact Viewer and our favorite: an "Explore the Timeline" option.
Once clicked, the button opens to a sleek and dark-themed timeline of our world's most significant periods from the Prehistoric to the Modern era.
Users can scroll through the timeline to learn about the Wonders of the World. An iconized illustration of the structure represents each site, stretched according to the time covered.
The timeline also contains several points that display significant events and historical information surrounding the establishment of each structure. This way, it's easier for users to learn about the site using this slider, even without diving deep into the content cards.