HCDE Process Blog #6: Interactive Prototype

Design

Figure 1: A user flow diagram for the steps of the wireframes and haptic devices.

Prototype

Figure 2: Screenshots of my wireframes. Wireframe kit thanks to @oscarsun from Figma
Figure 3: Storyboards for the different haptics that the application/devices provide.

Test

Analysis

Wireframing Testing

  • “Normal” oxygen and movement levels for the individual so that they know if they are in a safe range
  • More clarification on what is presented in the summary page
  • Add in those features!
  • Create exit strategies (I had no back buttons)
  • Make the workout description page more cohesive to the rest of the wireframes

Storyboard Testing

  • A color key for intensity of vibration
  • Radial lines for duration of haptic
  • Length and style of line changing depending on the type of haptic (crazy lines for intense and rapid, smooth for calm and long)
  • When the band detects that a user is in critical condition, a light could be shown for bystanders to see that something is wrong in the water
  • Similarly, 911 could be alerted of the location of the incident
  • Perhaps not a wrist band, but an anklet or a ring (not a swim cap, as that would be more alarming to have something buzz on your head!)

Video

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