1) Home Page / Question of the Day: This is the home page as well as the page that lists the Question of the Day. The yellow bubbles are comments about page content (not to be displayed on the actual page). Feel free to design the layout however you think best but right now these are the major components of the page. First, the menu bar features the four main navigation pages. Underneath the Question of the Day tab is an indicator of how much time the player has to answer the question before the deadline. Underneath the “Flash Questions” tab is an indicator of how many flash questions the player has yet to answer (as a reminder, Question of the Day is a single question asked at the beginning of the day while Flash Questions are questions asked throughout the day. On the left side of the page are two sections. First is a summary of the player’s statistics. This lists the player’s name, his level/ status, the team he is on, the # of people he has referred to the site, the # of points he has, and the amount of money he has won. Below that are links to various articles online that a player can click on to help him/her answer the Question of the Day. In the main body of the page is the actual question of the day (including the number of points it is worth and the time remaining to answer it) followed by potential answer choices that the player will choose from. The image in the body is an image that we will select relating to the question (no need to include this in the design). All the information on this page should fit above the fold. Wireframe:
2) Leaderboard: This page presents a sortable table of players and the points that each player has. There are three types of points in the game: Monster Points, Total Points ,and Team Points. We will require a simple logo for each. (an example from Facebook’s Tetris Battle is given here):
The wireframe for this page is:
3) My Account: This page presents an individual players’ information comprehensively on one page. This includes the player’s contact info, a list of other players that he/she has referred to the site, the player’s team (players can form teams with other players), a summary of the points that the player has accumulated, and a history of the player’s past questions (which questions he/she answered correctly, which ones answered incorrectly, etc). All of the information down to the top few lines of the player’s history should fit above the fold.