After reviewing Grant’s feedback I made the following changes:

Edit 1:

No information about *why* the user needs to “sign up” to use this app. – I have fixed this by writing the introduction screen again along with adding why the user is required to register.


Edit 2:

I have re-designing the Login/Sign-up screens so that the users can login and/or sign up via social sign-up/sign-in methods. – This was not mentioned before!


Edit 3:

I am trying to activate Androids email keyboard but when the user initiates the Sign-Up process the standard keyboard still shows even though the code is the same as the login screen!


Edit 4:

I am trying to fix a Google login bug. Once the user has registered or signed in with Google they are not being redirected to the policy selection screen. – I think this is to do with the Call Back function!

Edit 5:

I have commented out the top-left menu interface button until I have managed to code the new side menu.



I might remove the following for now due to the following reasons:

  • “The “info” button frequently doesn’t really give much more information than what you can elicit from the question already. Example: “Should the UK Government build a fairer Britain where no one is held back?” Info says: “Labour will build a fairer Britain where no one is held back”. The only extra information I now have is that this is somehow related to Labour, but doesn’t tell me anything about what is meant by a “fairer Britain” or what is meant by being “held back”.”
  • I like the Agree / Pass / Disagree buttons, and I like the ability to swipe the “cards” away, but not entirely sure they work well together – maybe stick with one method or the other rather than offering both on the same interface.
  • Some of the questions seem to ask 2+ things in one question. Example: “Should the UK Government revitalise our political system – so it works for everyone – with fairer votes and more devolution?” – Devolution and “fairer votes” are not necessarily related to eachother, so this is 2 questions in one. If a user thinks that “fairer voting” is a good idea but doesn’t like the idea of more devolution, they are unable to answer this question accurately and therefore must “Pass” even though they do hold an opinion on the subject.


  • Some questions are potentially leading. Building a “strong economy” may be achieve by other means than the stated “sound public finances, low taxes, better regulation, and free trade deals with markets around the world”.
  • Final interface is nice and clean, but potentially confusing.


  • I agreed with 100% of all 10 Green Party policies, 88% of 9 Lib Dem policies, 83% of UKIP, etc… but how many Lib Dem policies did I actually agree with? 88% of 9 policies is 7.92 policies… tapping on the Lib Dem row takes me to a break down of my answers (BTW there’s no indication that tapping on the rows will do this). Here the user is given a list of the policies (seemingly the text is truncated to a given number of characters… I get “Should our UK government increase funding for o” – where’s the rest of the sentence? It says there are 6 votes for this policy and it says “75% agree”… but is this 6 votes by all the users who have taken this questionnaire? Is that 75% of the 8 people who took the questionnaire, or that I 75% agree with this policy?



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