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Deconstructing An Interaction And Improving It

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This presentation demonstrates a breakdown flowchart of an interactive experience with a coffee maker. What follows are experience improvements accomplished with extensive ethnography. This was …

This presentation demonstrates a breakdown flowchart of an interactive experience with a coffee maker. What follows are experience improvements accomplished with extensive ethnography. This was Project 2 in Bruce Charlap's Experience Design Class, it was created by Dylan, Cristina, Renee, Dalia and Ashlee/

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  • 1.  
  • 2. The New And Improved Coffee Making Interaction Process Start
  • 3. Realize Need For Coffee Attractions Coffee Wakes You Up Cheaper To Make At Home Coffee Drinkers Will Always Want A Cup in the morning so, have timer start brew for when person gets up.
  • 4. Dispose Of Old Filter and Grinds Then Fit New Filter Into Maker Implement Re-Usable Coffee Filter That Is a Perfect Fit, Easy To Clean With Zero Need For Waste
  • 5. Add Spoonfuls of Coffee Grounds To Filter To Quantify Proper Teaspoon or ‘Eyeball’ Is Hard Without A Real Teaspoon. Therefore, An Attached Teaspoon Would Take Out The Guess Work and Provide Accurate Measurement Critical To Taste
  • 6. Remove Guess Work Ratio of Teaspoons of Grinds To Cups Of Water By Implementing Strength Gage. Grinds Are Weighed In Filter, Strength is Dialed And Light Informs You How Many Cups Of Water Is Necessary. Add Desired Amount Of Water To Pot
  • 7.
    • - Pour Desired Amount Of Water Into Reservoir
    • - Close Lid
    • - Return Pot To Maker
    • Switch On
    • Wait Until Brew Is Finished To Pour Coffee
    Add To Feedback With Chime Signaling A Finished Brew
  • 8. Pour Coffee Enjoy Add Ergonomic Handle For Touch Sensory Add A Retractable Chord To Save Space And Add An Aesthetically Pleasing Quality Add A Built In Fan To Spread Rich Aroma Of The Brew
  • 9. Enjoy Continued Energy Efficiency Timer Shuts Off Coffee Maker If On Too Long Reheat Option With Chime Color Changing Light Gages Freshness
  • 10. End Thank You By Dylan, Cristina, Renee, Dalia, Ashlee

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