#3 Wireframe & Walkthrough

w/ Presentation and Memo

Introduction

In this memo and presentation, you will introduce the class to your initial design concept using object‐oriented modeling diagrams and low‐fi prototyping techniques. This stage should focus on how your experience design solution transforms the current activity scenario to meet the needs and expectations of users.

Introduce your design concept and persuade the group of experts that the idea is useful. Discuss the preliminary analysis which supports your design concept, solicits feedback, and forecast next steps.

In more concrete terms, you should outline the project you imagine as well as develop a slide presentation to deliver to a panel of experts.

Presentation examples:

Contextual Design Concept Map Examples:

Deliverables:

1. A presentation outlining your understanding and approach to the project:

  • Executive Summary
  • Introduction and scope
  • Stakeholder analysis and Persona Summary
  • Overview of existing systems
  • Lifestream/workstream visualization, summary, and analysis
  • Argument for tasks helped by the solution drawing on Lifestream/workstream
  • Initial proof-of-principle prototype design description

2. A seven to ten page memo detailing the prototype specification

Something like this document this document but shorter.

  • Executive Summary
  • Introduction and scope
  • Stakeholder analysis and Persona Summary
  • Overview of existing systems
  • Lifestream/workstream visualization, summary, and analysis
  • Argument for tasks helped by the solution drawing on Lifestream/workstream
  • Initial proof-of-principle prototype design description

Format:

Google slides and Google doc specification

Length:

  • Gslides, varies
  • hardcopies for class of persona, one page

Submission:

  • Group: Gslides link
  • Group: Gdocs link to design specification memo

 

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