- Jenny Grinblo - UX Café May '13

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- Jenny Grinblo - UX Café May '13

  1. 1. What Am I Doing Here?Mind-mapping user tasksEvgenia (Jenny)UX Specialist atTwitter: @grinblo
  2. 2. @Grinblo | UX Cafe, London May 30 2013Result: Inventory of app functionality@Grinblo | UX Cafe, London May 30 2013 Internal Future Workshops project mind mapUse with existing or new products‣ Summarise an existing product‣ Use in planning stages of a new productUse anytime
  3. 3. @Grinblo | UX Cafe, London May 30 2013We use them for‣ Overview of app‣ Planning usability tests‣ Quality assurance‣ Focus on tasks, not screens‣ Easy to create and updateWhy use mind maps?
  4. 4. @Grinblo | UX Cafe, London May 30 2013“as a user, I can [verb]…”‣ Use verbs: set up a profile, redeem a coupon‣ Focus on task, not the screen or pageTasks vs. ScreensStep 1: High-level Tasks
  5. 5. @Grinblo | UX Cafe, London May 30 2013Focus on the user need‣ Instead of writing “browse someone’s profile,”go for “learn more about someone.”Needs vs. FeaturesStep 2: Sort Features Into Branches
  6. 6. @Grinblo | UX Cafe, London May 30 2013Focus on what the product does‣ Show features in design/dev on dotted lines‣ Leave out future ideas to avoid a messy mapLeave suggestions outStep 2: Sort Features Into Branches
  7. 7. @Grinblo | UX Cafe, London May 30 2013Step 3: Run through it like a user@Grinblo | UX Cafe, London May 30 2013 Internal Future Workshops project mind map
  8. 8. @Grinblo | UX Cafe, London May 30 2013Twitter@GrinbloUX Booth Tutorialhttp://www.uxbooth.com/articles/stuck-in-the-details-mind-map-user-tasks/More on the Whiteboard apphttp://whiteboard.futureworkshops.com/More Information

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