Food diary, which checks your personal acid-base-balance for every day based on your food consumption.
In the app the user is able to choose for every day from a menu, what and how much he was eating. For every day the app will then calculate the acid-base-balance, and will show the result in numbers and graphically using a red/green-bar with a pointer.
The calculation of the result is quite simple: There‘s a food database, where the acid-base-value is normalized for 100 g. Example:
database (all based on 100 g): bread 3.48
entries in the diary:
03. August 2012: 200 g bread
50 g tomato
result: 2x 3,48 + 0.5x -2,31 = 5,805
red/green-bar: The pointer should point to the red section for positive results, and to the green section for negative results
The user can browse through the diary using a calender, and is able to delete/change specific entries in his diary, or is even able to delete all entries for a specific time-frame.
Additionally there‘s an info-section, where the user can read about the impact of the acid-base-balance.
The food-database is stored locally on the iPhone not on a server.
What you get:
- GUI as JPGs (English and German version)
- specification in English
- food database as Excel or whatever common format you wish (English and German version)
What I get:
- full functional iPhone-App with support for English and German
- it has to be easy for me to add additional elements to the food database
- it has to be easy to add additional text and pictures to the info-section
- source code
- all rights for the code and the GUI
- non-disclosure agreement