Home page elements:
See attachment: 1) logo, 2) headline, 3) question box, 4) recent questions (example) box, 5) About us section, 6) Apple/Android app icons, 7) social media buttons, 8) disclaimer, 9) copyright/year/terms/privacy.
-The central focus is the question box. The attention should go there. The question box letters size should be big as you type.
- Inside the question box, in gray, users see : “What’s your health or medical question? The longer the question, the better the answer.” Once you place the cursor in the box to type, the text disappears.
- query box has three lines to type a question so users understand they can ask longer queries in natural language.
- a random recent question will be shown every few seconds, with smooth transition in between
Answer page elements:
the web design should emphasize:
- longer queries, natural language
- 1 instant answer by showing three sections/panels
- 3 panels (answers) from three sources. The panels are complementary to each other, together they form the answer.
- answer box (width equal to query box) directly beneath query box
- multiple top sources wrapped into one answer
- feedback button: tab on side of screen, stays static in place. (emotion / thumbs-up/down?), captcha
- email this answer message,
- disclaimer + copyright
second-level answer page when you click a panel.
Each panel represents the relevant part of an entire article. When you click on that panel, you go to the entire article. This second-level page looks like Wikipedia's app. Please take a look at our app, and the attachment image panel sections.
Use current pages on medwhat.com like about us to get an idea of the content we have.