After testing the low-fidelity prototypes on users last week, I gathered all my new insights which helped me figure out what features to cancel, which ones I need to add, and what to iterate on existing ones.
Moving on from lo-fi to mid-fi prototyping in the next phase, I created more detailed prototypes to better visualize how the product will function. I conducted a total of 9 user interviews. The insights below are suggestions and ideation that came out of this user testing process.
I designed this set of prototypes according to the main 7 key features.
Week 8 was quite confusing with the whole COVID-19 outbreak here in New York, and also it was Spring Break, so I decided to take some time off — which brings us to week 9: propositional prototyping.
After the ideation from the group sketch sessions, I had so many solutions i wanted to test out. But the first step was to make a mind map of the main components of my app, which are:
How will the user get to the app upon turning of their alarm? Would push notifications pop up? or would they manually need to go to the app and record/type their dreams? …