Within our organisation we have a number of Power Apps developers who have learned their trade by working on voluntary projects that solve different business and social challenges. It's always great to learn by applying yourself to a specific goal, and it's even better to be able to give something back in the process.
The advantage with Power Apps is that you can produce solutions so quickly that it's worthwhile even if it only solves a niche problem.
In this post I'm going to describe one of those niche solutions, the problem it solves, and the decisions that went into designing it. Design is important to us both technically and visually – we want our user experience to be great, and as a result our solutions often don't look like PowerApps.