FINALZIE HI-FIDELITY

DESIGNS AND PROTOTYPES

 

FINALS ARE COMING

GET IT ALL DONE!!!!

 

FINALIZE USER TESTING.

FINALIZE SYNTHESIZE OF YOUR

USER TESTING INSIGHTS
AND PATTERNS

FINALIZE YOUR CASE STUDY

 

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

YOUR CASE STUDY HOMEWORK

SHOW YOUR SOME WIRE FRAME SCREEN DESIGNS AND SHOW THE LEARNING GOALS NEXT TO EACH SCREEN.

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INTRODUCE THE USER-TESTING, SHOW PICTURES
OF YOU USER TESTING.

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SHOW USER TESTING QUOTES OF VALIDATIONS
AND OR CONFUSIONS.

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ADD YOUR USER TESTING SYNTHESIS AND LEARNINGS.

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SHOW YOU HI-FIDELITY MOCK UPS AND CALL OUT THE WORKFLOWS OR LABEL EACH SCREEN.

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SHOW YOUR DESIGN SYSTEM, STYLE GUIDES
AND ANY BRAND WORK YOU HAVE DONE.

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ADD A FINAL WOW IMAGE AT THE END AND IN THE BEGINNING OF YOUR CASE STUDY

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ADD THE BUSINESS GOALS TO THE BEGINNING OF YOUR 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

placeholder text.

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,

Sections are:

About

Behavior/Activities

Goals/Needs/Pains

 

Show some learning goals

Show some key questions you have

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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.

Introduce your

empathy map for

you primary persona(s)

Write your

problem statement

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Write your

Solution statement

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Show sketches

Show concepts

 

SHOW YOUR
CUSTOMER

JOURNEY MAP

MAKE
IT LOOK
GOOD

What did you learn

from testing?

Show concepts

your wire frame

Show you wireframe

Designs. You don't need

a button to see the wireframes

like I have here, just show

the workflow s and screens

Call out the decisions

and iterations that you

are going to make on your designs

You can show you

screens and the questions

 and/or learning goals

you have next to the

screen designs

Show user testing

Lots of pictures of you

testing, More than

I have here

Show user testing

Lots of pictures of you

testing, More than

I have here

Show user testing

Lots of pictures of you

testing, More than

I have here

SYNTHESIS

THE

Here's another way

to show your findings

NEXT to the screens.

Call out the decisions

and iterations that you

are going to make on
your designs

Introduce your

user testing synthesis

and show your realtime

board insights

Show you're findings.

Here's one way you can

summarize you findings

NEXT to you user-testing

learning goals or questions.

Show some final screen

designs and workflows

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Give the viewier a link to see

the final prototype.

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Make this section super

cool and wow the viewer

do better than what I have here.

 

Show the

forms, type system,

buttons,icons,
logo and any
branding that

you have done.

 

Final wow image

make this amazing

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Wow the viewer

HERE'S WHAT I'M GRADING YOU ON:

 



• DOES YOUR CASE STUDY HAVE A WOW AREA,

   INTRO SECTION AND INTRODUCTION TO GOALS?

• DOES YOUR CASE STUDY SHOW PERSONAS,
   LEARNING GOALS AND IMPORTANT QUESTIONS

   THAT HELP YOU LEARN MORE ABOUT THE

   PROBLEMS AND THE PERSONAS?

• DOES YOUR CASE STUDY TELL A CLEAR STORY
   ABOUT YOU LEARNING ABOUT THE PEOPLE AND

   THE PROBLEM YOU SET OUT TO LEARN ABOUT?

 

• DOES YOUR CASE STUDY SHOW LOTS OF

   PICTURES OF YOU INTERVIEWING PEOPLE?

• DOES YOUR CASE STUDY SHOW AREAS OF

   SYNTHESIS AND CLUSTERING OF THEMES?

• DOES YOUR CASE STUDY SHOW AREAS
   OF THAT HIGHLIGHT THE THEMES YOU
   ARE LEARNING?

• DOES YOUR CASE STUDY SHOW SKETCHES/

   AND CONCEPTS. DOES IT SPEAK TO LEARNINGS
   ABOUT THE CONCEPTS?

• DOES YOUR CASE STUDY SHOW YOUR
   WIRE-FRAME WORKFLOWS?

• DOES YOUR CASE STUDY SHOW USER TESTING

   GOALS AND QUESTIONS YOU HAVE FOR USER TESTING?

• DOES YOUR CASE STUDY SHOW YOU USER TESTING?

• DOES YOUR CASE STUDY SHOW USER TESTING
   SYNTHESIS AND DOES IT SPEAK TO THE LEARNINGS,

   VALIDATIONS, DECISION AND OR ITERATIONS?

• DOES YOUR CASE STUDY SHOW HI FIDELITY

   SCREEN DESIGNS?

• DOES YOUR CASE STUDY SHOW STYLE GUIDES

   AND PART OF THE DESIGN SYSTEM?

• DOES YOUR CASE STUDY SHOW A FINAL

   WOW SHOT?

• DOES YOUR CASE STUDY HAVE NICE
   VISUAL DESIGN, LAYOUT AND
   TYPOGRAPHY TREATMENTS?

• DOES EVERY SECTION EXCITE/SURPRISE THE
   VIEWER OR IS EVERY SECTION THE SAME
   LAYOUT AND DESIGN REPEATED?