Designing the Scores Screen

Now that you've created the help screen, you can turn your attention to another screen with somewhat similar features: the scores screen. The requirements for this screen include showing several different scores to the user. There are two types of scores: the all-time-high scores and the user's friends' scores. You want to show both on the same screen. Each screen shown will include the user's name, score, and overall ranking.

There are a number of ways you could implement the scores screen. For example, you could use a TextView control or ListView control to display the score information. However, you are working with a small screen, and you don't want to overwhelm the user with too much information. Because you have two different sets of data to display, two tabs would be ideal for this screen. Figure 9.4 shows a rough design of the scores screen.

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Game Score Sample Tab (Name, Score, Rank)

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FIGURE 9.4

Rough design for the Been There, Done That! scores

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