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Final presentation for Human Factors Interface Design course, Olin College, Fall 2010.

Final presentation for Human Factors Interface Design course, Olin College, Fall 2010.

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Lieutenant Pigeons Design review 2 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Team Lieutenant Pigeonsocial apps for young professionals
  • 2. this is adesigne r
  • 3. Today’s Plan Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 4. Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 5. Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 6. Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 7. Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 8. Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 9. Our Users introducing Ryan Stone Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 10. Meet Ryan Stone working @ an investment firm 2 years out of college 22 years old Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 11. Welcome to College Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 12. Leaving College Behind Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 13. Their Problems improving users lives Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 14. The Social Cliff End of College Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 15. Our MissionMake software that helps youngprofessionals spend more time face to face with their friends. Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 16. Possible SolutionsActivationEnergy 1 Lower Activation Energy 2 Increase Desire  Challengr’s Our Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 17. Solution ScenarioIt’s a Friday;Ryan’s alone & bored Ryan finds a fun challenge on Challengr Challengr invites his friends. Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 18. What should Challengr be? 1 Simple 2 Social 3 Spontaneous Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 19. Design’s Balance competing interests living in harmony Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 20. remembe r us? Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 21. What’s fighting for designers attention? “Leave “Please leave the the room at your earliest possible room convenience.” now!” precision character Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 22. A Really Big Problem “What the *@!$#do we do?” Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 23. A Really Big Problem “How do we know what to do? Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 24. Feature Request: Challenge List Sort Step 1: Define User Need Why do users need to sort the list? Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 25. Feature Request: Challenge List Sort Step 1: Define User Need To find fun challenges. Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 26. Feature Request: Challenge List Sort Step 2: Watch Users How do users browse? Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 27. Feature Request: Challenge List Sort Step 2: Watch Users How do users browse?user picks thefirst challenge theysee that looks like fun Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 28. Feature Request: Challenge List Sort Step 2: Watch Users How do users browse?user picks thefirst challenge theysee that looks like fun Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 29. Feature Request: Challenge List Sort Step 2: Watch Users How do users browse?user views allchallenges beforechoosing a challenge Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 30. Feature Request: Challenge List Sort Step 2: How do users browse?the user can’tfind a challenge theywould think would be fun Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 31. Simple or Cute?: Data Entry Dialog Step 1: Define User Need Users need to enter data. It should feel conversational. Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 32. Simple or Cute?: Data Entry Dialog Step 2: Watch Users Vary dialogue. Do users enter right info? Do they smile? Or laugh? Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 33. Team’s Decisions how we balanced our design Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 34. Feature Request: Challenge List Sort Users need to find fun challenges Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 35. Feature Request: Challenge List Sort Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 36. Feature Request: Challenge List Sort Cumulative Distribution Function of User Selected Challenge’s List Position 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 0 5 10 15 20 Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 37. Lesson Users will browse everything you let them. Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 38. And the Winner Is… And here’s why… it’s about the here & now encourages users to get in and out discourages spamming dumb ideas discourages “facebook friending” Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 39. Simple or Cute?: Data Entry Dialog Users need to enter data. It should feel like conversational. Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 40. Simple or Cute?: Data Entry Dialog Ask the user to list friends they would like to invite. Confirm that the user wants to send their friends a text. Tell user that the texts have been sent. Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 41. Confirming Texts: Precise vs. Character “Texts are on their way. Good luck!” “Ok. Sent those texts. If you dont hear back from your friends feel free to harass them with a call, text, smoke signals, or carrier pigeon. Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 42. Lesson You’re Illiterate (we appreciate the irony of this slide) Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 43. Final Decision “List some friends names. Challengr will text them an invite.” “Challengr texted all those people an invite to this challenge! Good luck!” Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 44. Challengr’s Debut drum roll, pretty please… Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 45. Questions? yes Lynn, we know we should let the other team start setting up…. Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 46. Today’s Plan Design’s Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 47. Version 1: Precise “Whom do you want to do my challenge with?” “So you want me to send text invites to <insert people’s names>?” “Texts are on their way. Good luck!” Design’s Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 48. Version 2: Middle of the Road ““Pick me! Or really, anyone you want to do my challenge with... just give me a list of names or phone numbers!” “Im gonna send text invites to <insert people’s names>. Cool?” “Texts sent. Oh, and if your friends are LAME and dont respond, feel free to follow up with a message of your own.” Design’s Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Balance Team’s Decisions Debut
  • 49. Version 3: Character to the Max “Pick some people to take on my challenge with!” “Cool. Im going to text <insert people’s names>.” “Ok. Sent those texts. If you dont hear back from your friends feel free to harass them with a call, text, smoke signals, or carrier pigeon. Design’s Challengr’sOur Users Their Problems Design’s Balance Balance Team’s Decisions Debut