Delegate Voting System

As time and technology progress many are noticing the systems they use in their day-to-day work life are falling behind. One such example is the voting systems used in environments like government chambers and boardrooms.
To address this need, Symphony Interactive developed a complete, versatile and flexible microphone queue manager and voting system.
The system is designed primarily for use on AMEX or Crestron systems and has a near-identical iOS version, too. 

Users of the iOS version have the option of gesture controls. With an OS that excels at running swipe functions, the user gets a cleaner interface with more content "above the fold."

The voting system interface presents the user with a dashboard interface on which every task in a meeting can be accomplished. Everything from roll call to voting stages must be visible and editable from one page.
Users can quickly identify outcomes with presented information and visually distinguished icons. 

Storyboards are used to communicate the problem and desired result with the team. 

Functionality and layout were experimented through in countless development sketches. Many, such as the flipping feature, were scrapped based on mounting limitation and developer feedback.
Based on user need, a layout was developed that showed all content on one screen. Functionality and layout were experimented through in countless development sketches. Many, such as the flipping feature, were scrapped based on mounting limitation and developer feedback.
Based on user need, a layout was developed that showed all content on one screen. 


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