Responsive Website : Clarity
We were a team of 4, our project was identifying an opportunity within a problem space and select an appropriate platform for which to design a solution. At the end of the project, our team had to present our research and final prototype to internal stakeholders.
To show platform selection and the reasoning behind our choice
Team Name: Clarity
Platform: Responsive Website
Time scope: 2 weeks
Problem Overview: With a growing number of skincare products and brands, consumers have an overwhelming options to choose from. …
For Museum of Art & Design NYC
I have been hired by a contemporary art museum in New York City to assess the usability and functionality of their desktop website and their competitors. To understand my client’s website I used following process methods:
Card sorting is interactive, engaging and generally more interesting than a traditional interview. I found it particularly helpful for this client’s website.
I conducted one open and one closed card sort with at least 30 representative pages from the client’s website to analyze the existing information architecture and identify how it could be improved.
Human body & mental are connected
Our team of three were contacted by an organization to create a responsive website that solves the problems of real users for Health topic. Our job is to understand the behavior of users within our category and identify areas of opportunity for improvement. As a team we were interested in mental wellness so we decided to focus on mental wellbeing and physical health.
Challenge: Identify an opportunity within a problem space and select an appropriate platform for which to design a solution
Tool Used: Screener survey, User Interviews, Affinity Map, MoSCow Map Design Studio (Paper Sketches), Ideation(quick sketches Lo-Fi prototype, Mid-Fi wireframe, Hi-Fi prototype) Sketch, Figma(to collaborate with team of 3), User Persona, Journey Map, Usability testing. …