The notification system is essential in our daily life. It grabs the user's attention to a specific situation that needs the user's action. Such as responding to an important message. However, the notification system can be less effective due to the limited features and frequently failing to display enough appropriate information. What if the notification system can allow users to respond, share and save notifications? The current notification system directs us to apps that divert our focus away, where there is no way to respond to all types of notifications within the notification. Long and unorganized notification pages created by a high volume of notifications can cause discomfort to the users. It also has limited features where the user can not share or save the received notifications. This project will build an experience that allows users to respond, save and share notifications within the notification system. Creating a bold design to emphasize the content in a notification will help the user focus on one notification at a time. The added features will allow the user to finish an entire task without leaving the notification system. It will help to build a notification system that is focused and connected.

Library of Congress Subject Headings

Mobile apps--Design; Mobile computing; User interfaces (Computer systems)

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Student Type


Degree Name

Visual Communication Design (MFA)

Department, Program, or Center

School of Design (CAD)


Adam Smith

Advisor/Committee Member

Mike Strobert


RIT – Main Campus

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