|KSU VCD / inVision Workshop|
|18-19 October 2014|
|Instructor: Aaron Ganci|
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We’re going to practice designing a responsive experience. You are going to select two contexts/formats and you will need to design a page for each. Remember that the differences between each design should be driven by the differences in user need for each context.
Cooking/Recipes or Fashion/Purchasing clothes
Try to be innovative in the way you approach this design. I don’t want you to just redesign an existing web experience into a responsive experience. Start by drafting a simple persona statement:
“Sam needs to cook food for an party of thirty 5 year olds.”
“Kim wears an odd size of clothing and often has trouble knowing what size to purchase when shopping online.”
“Chris only wants to cook food that he knows his friends have tried and liked”
Once you’ve written this basic persona statement, you can start to visualize more to their story. To make a truly good solution, you need to see how the site integrates into the user’s life. A storyboard is a good way to do this. Once you have a storyboard, you will know what screens you need to design and you can get started.
At the end of this exercise, you will be able to: