MAKE YOUR WIRE-FRAMES
AND CLICK-ABLE PROTOTYPES
GO OUT A DO USABILITY TESTING!
DO NOT PROCRASTINATE!!!!!
START SCHEDULING PEOPLE
TO USER TEST. START THINKING ABOUT
WAYS TO FIND PEOPLE TO USER TEST
AND BEGIN USER TESTING
AND SYNTHESIZING YOUR INSIGHTS
NO CLASS NEXT WEEK!!!! I WILL SCHEDULE
A MAKE UP CLASS THE WEEK OF THE 25th
ADD SKECTHES AND CONCEPTS
TO THE CASE STUDY
Do this section last.
Just create a space for the content
you'll develop shortly.
Create the layout.
Just put your role
and a placeholder logo.
You can add the about
section later. Use
Make your goals look good!
Even if it's just placeholder
You can come back later
and update it,
Make your problem statement
it look good! You can make this
placeholder too. Just make sure
you come back to update it later.
THIS IS UNVALIDATED....
Make your persona look
good, use real photos of the people
or illustrations - up to you.
You can come back later and
add more learnings about these
people but at least get the sections
going for now,
Show some learning goals
Show some key questions you have
And any assumptions you have
on the people you're targeting if
you have made them.
SHOW LEARNING GOALS
SHOW ASSUMPTIONS YOU MADE ABOUT THESE PEOPLE
IF YOU HAVE MADE CLEAR ASSUMPTIONS.
Introduce the research
Show pictures of you interviewing.
Lots of pictures,
Show more than what I have
Show a couple very interesting quotes
that help you build your case on why you
are focusing on a certain problem.
Design like a scientist
Decide like a lawyer
Introduce the synthesis and
show pictures of your user buckets.
More the 1 photo, and show some details
on a couple sticky notes.
Put your key insights next to
your learning goals or assumptions
You can create a section
like this for the decisions you
made based off the
research you have done.
empathy map for
you primary persona(s)