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Free prototyping for everyone.
The Brief
Our Solution
marvel inception
Marvel Inception
Agenda
Survey Affinity diagram User Flow Features RoadmapPersonas
Brainstorming Usability testingPrototypeWireframesSketch...
The research
Survey
Survey
Survey
User Interviews
Colin Julia
“Stakeholders don’t
understand the implication
of changes at late stages of
the design and
development process...
User Flows
USER CREATES
PROTOTYPE
SHARES
PROTOTYPE
WAITS FOR
FEEDBACK
DID YOU
RECEIVE
FEEDBACK?
IS THE
FEEDBACK
CLEAR?
ASK FOR
FURTHE...
RECIEVES
PROTOTYPE
FROM DESIGNER
REVIEWS
PROTOTYPE
DO I WANT
TO LEAVE
FEEDBACK?
LEAVE FEEDBACK
WHERE NECESSARY
WAS
FEEDBAC...
The competitive
landscape.
Feature analysis
1 Leave comments on prototype
2 Notifications by email and on app
3 Leave comments as a guest
4 Ability to...
Design strategy
Our process
Ideation Validation
Iteration
Coming	

soon!
photo of testing
Our biggest challenges
Getting details from unregistered users
Getting details from
unregistered users
Invited via email Anonymous GuestRegistered users
The bubble expectation
Activity feed
The prototype
Michael - Stakeholder
michael email
Colin - Designer
Next steps
Version control
Integration
with teams
Next steps
Final Thoughts
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
UXDi Case Study - Marvelapp web app
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Brief: Marvel was looking for a simple way for people to leave comments on the desktop or mobile prototype designs created in the web app. Also, determine how would Marvel users be notified of new comments, and read them. Project duration: two weeks

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  1. 1. Free prototyping for everyone.
  2. 2. The Brief
  3. 3. Our Solution
  4. 4. marvel inception
  5. 5. Marvel Inception
  6. 6. Agenda Survey Affinity diagram User Flow Features RoadmapPersonas Brainstorming Usability testingPrototypeWireframesSketches
  7. 7. The research
  8. 8. Survey
  9. 9. Survey
  10. 10. Survey
  11. 11. User Interviews
  12. 12. Colin Julia “Stakeholders don’t understand the implication of changes at late stages of the design and development process” Michael “How we communicate depends on size of project, size of team, number of stakeholders and available time” “I need to be kept updated on every bit of feedback left” Designer Developer Creative director Meet Marvel Users
  13. 13. User Flows
  14. 14. USER CREATES PROTOTYPE SHARES PROTOTYPE WAITS FOR FEEDBACK DID YOU RECEIVE FEEDBACK? IS THE FEEDBACK CLEAR? ASK FOR FURTHER EXPLANATION ARE CHANGES REQUIRED? UPDATES PROTOTYPE YES YES YES NO ENDNO Designer user flow
  15. 15. RECIEVES PROTOTYPE FROM DESIGNER REVIEWS PROTOTYPE DO I WANT TO LEAVE FEEDBACK? LEAVE FEEDBACK WHERE NECESSARY WAS FEEDBACK ACTIONED PROPERLY? YES END YES END NO SEND FEEDBACK TO DESIGNER NO RECIEVE RESPONSE Developer/Stakeholder user flow
  16. 16. The competitive landscape.
  17. 17. Feature analysis 1 Leave comments on prototype 2 Notifications by email and on app 3 Leave comments as a guest 4 Ability to show and hide comments 5 Activity feed
  18. 18. Design strategy
  19. 19. Our process Ideation Validation Iteration
  20. 20. Coming soon!
  21. 21. photo of testing
  22. 22. Our biggest challenges
  23. 23. Getting details from unregistered users
  24. 24. Getting details from unregistered users
  25. 25. Invited via email Anonymous GuestRegistered users
  26. 26. The bubble expectation
  27. 27. Activity feed
  28. 28. The prototype
  29. 29. Michael - Stakeholder
  30. 30. michael email
  31. 31. Colin - Designer
  32. 32. Next steps
  33. 33. Version control Integration with teams Next steps
  34. 34. Final Thoughts
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