Across the different disciplines of industrial,interior, graphic, or interactive design—designers have a need to dictate how theircreations should be used or experienced.
Times are changing. The line betweendisciplines has begun to blur.
As the line between different disciplinesbegins to blur, these instructional guidesmust become more dimensional.It’s no longer just about the product,environment, or brand—but is now alsoabout the additional layer of interactionand social content provoked by it.
Your task is to wireframe an interaction,decision, or experience that has takenplace or could take place in your day-to-day life.This should be a “hybrid wireframe,”incorporating more traditionalinformation mapping with interactiveand social cues.
It’s important to think about the narrativesurrounding your experience.You are being challenged to tell a storythat your audience can care about andbecome engaged in, while makingconscious decisions about your “voice.”
Choose a moment of interest fromyour daily life—a conversation,decision, or observation.Draw or map this experience,including a layer of social media orother interactive content that wasinvolved.
Include all the details—the little thingsare what make it interesting.Tell us a story we can care about.Then, we make it pretty.