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Feel free to comment on our progress below:
With limited time, we did our best to convey the overall flow. It would have been great to build a mini version of each interactive and add more to-scale graphic panels to the walls. (And use a proper adhesive… not hideous hot glue -eck!) However rough, the model did help us visualize what we were imagining in the space. It was neat to put a camera at the visitor’s eye level in the model and take a picture– It looks like it’s full scale!
WOW. I got some amazing feedback from my class- Thanks everyone!
After listening to an example of user testing suggested by the UX syllabus, I led a feedback session with the entire class. User testing is usually done with a linked wireframe, one person at a time. I asked the class specific open ended questions at each step of the site, and got a similar experience, receiving lots of thoughtful opinions at once!
The best thing I could have done was to record the audio of my session. With so much constructive feedback, It was great to listen to it again in detail. I was so helpful that I will record every feedback session I can from now on!
Here’s a summary of my questions & the feedback I received:
Will you fill out the entire form?
Can you tell me what you see here in the search results?
Any feedback on the sign up form?
Would you know how to install the bookmarklett?
Would you fill out the form after hitting the Collect bookmarklett?
Would you click the tell us more link? What would prohibit you from using it?
Collecting the cover image / categories:
Your collections scroll thru or select from list?
Give a way to Edit Notes
iFrame may work out as a better way for collecting
Greg suggested checking out Dropmark.com, and liked the ability I showed about screen-shotting the thumbnail on the page.
I’ve been frustrated with the technical bluetooth stuff, so I needed to take a step back and focus on what I was REALLY doing. So, I went ahead and made a wired version of the tap shoes to check it out.
I learned a lot about how I tap dance– that I expect the toe tap to be on the tip of my shoe, and how often I use the tip of the toe. I also learned that this is much harder to map because the dancer is standing on the sensor in it’s resting state. There are many possibilities with this, so here’s a video of my progress:
More updates to come on where to go from here!