App design process part I


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The simple process of APP Design Part I for the course of UOID,
A multidisciplinary collaboration course for user-oriented innovative APP design.

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App design process part I

  2. 2. ADSAPPLICATION DEFINITION STATEMENT•a concise, concrete declaration of an app’s main purpose and its intended audience• usethe definition statement to decide if potential features and behaviors make sense
  3. 3. LIST ALL THE FEATURES YOU THINK USERS MIGHT LIKE• an app that helps people shop for groceries• come up with a list of related tasks (potential features) that users might be interested in• VERB •Creating lists •Getting and using coupons •Getting recipes •Viewing cooking demos •Comparing prices •Exploring different cuisines •Locating stores •Finding ingredient substitutions •Annotating recipes
  4. 4. DETERMINE WHO YOUR USERS ARE• Usually cook at home or prefer ready-made meals• Are committed coupon-users or think that coupons aren’t worth the effort• Enjoy hunting for speciality ingredients or seldom venture beyond the basics• Follow recipes strictly or use recipes as inspiration• Buy small amounts frequently or buy in bulk infrequently• Want to keep several in-progress lists for different purposes or just want to remember a few things to buy on the way home• Insist on specific brands or make do with the most convenient alternatives
  5. 5. DETERMINE WHO YOUR USERS ARE ~• imaginethat you decide on three characteristics that best describe your target audience:• USER: Love to experiment with recipes, are often in a hurry, and are thrifty (if it doesn’t take too much effort).
  6. 6. FILTER THE FEATURE LIST THROUGH THE AUDIENCE DEFINITION• Great APPs have a laser focus on the task users want to accomplish.• it’s not likely that every feature would be equally useful to every user• it’s not likely that every feature would be equally appreciated by the audience you defined• TASKS: Creating lists, getting and using coupons, and getting recipes• ADS: A shopping list creation tool for thrifty people who love to cook.
  7. 7. DON’T STOP THERE• Useyour application definition statement throughout the development process to determine the suitability of features, controls, and terminology• askyourself whether it is essential to the main purpose of your app and to your target audience• your users are interested in adventurous cooking, so emphasizing boxed cake mixes and ready-made meals would probably not be appreciated.• ask yourself whether your users appreciate a simple, streamlined style or a more overtly thematic style
  8. 8. DON’T STOP THERE ~• although your grocery list app needs to be easy to understand and quick to use, your audience is likely to appreciate a themed UI that includes beautiful pictures of ingredients and meals.• Asyou consider the terminology to use, strive to match your audience’s expertise with the subject.• Eventhough your audience might not be made up of expert chefs, you’re fairly confident that they appreciate seeing the proper terms for ingredients and techniques.
  9. 9. CONVERGENCE• IOS Human Interface Guidelines + IDEO Scenario Approach• Problem Statement + 5W1H + Target Users + Character Mapping• Application Definition Statement + Tasks + Users • The purpose of your application • Who it’s for and how they’ll use it • Its core functionality