1. Home screen. Here the user (Jane Smith) can see today's calendar for her family, what time does each event starts and ends, who is participating in each event. Let's make today's date Monday, September 21st, and show the following events: 1) Buy gift for grandma (participant: me, Jane Smith), 2) Buy groceries, 3) 8:30am-2:45 pm: School Spirit Day at Almond (participant: my son, Bob Smith), 4) 2:30-3:00 pm: Dentist appointment (participants: my daughter, Ann Smith, and me), 5) 4:00-5:00 pm: Soccer practice at Almond (participants: my son, Bob Smith, and me), 6) 5:00-6:00 pm Tennis (participant: my husband, John Smith), 7) 6:30 pm: Dinner (participants: all 4 of us), 8) 7:30 pm: Homework (participant: Bob Smith).
There's a persistent + sign/icon in the upper right to create a new event.
2. Screen showing one specific event (e.g., 4-5 pm Soccer practice) indicating who it's for (e.g., my son Bob), who created the event (e.g., my husband John), and who's taking care of it (e.g., me (Jane)). From this screen, I should be able to 1) view all the details for the event (including start/end time; location - Almond soccer field; notes - Bring water and shin guards), 2) edit details, 3) edit or set reminders, 4) share this event, 5) delegate this event.
3. Next screen shows an (in-app) messaging exchange with my husband where I "delegate" the soccer practice event to him, and he confirms that he can do it.
4. Next screen shows one of the To-do's (buy groceries) along with the shopping list.
5. A screen where I can add a new event (e.g., weekly swim lessons for both kids, Ann and Bob, that happen on Mon and Wed and that go on for 4 weeks).