Guided by our personas and focus setting, we developed various scenarios to explore design possibilities for city tours and retiree-friendly discounts.
Design Iteration 1
From these ideas, we created two usage scenarios. In the first, one of our personas travels to Pittsburgh and uses the app to discover information about local landmarks and to find senior discounts around town.
Scenario 1: Bob in Pittsburgh
In the second scenario, our other persona uses the app to plan a trip in advance and to make spontaneous plans while on the trip.
Scenario 2: Miko in Pittsburgh
Design Iteration 2
We later iterated on the design and functionality of our application, requiring us to create a second set of scenarios. In the first, our persona uses a large set of advanced functionality to create a tour, share travel tips, record audio, and even add pictures to an augmented reality database.
Scenario 3: Miko in San Francisco
Our other persona tours the sights of San Francisco's Japantown.
Scenario 4: Bob in San Francisco
In the end we did not go with these scenarios but pieces of them were later incorporated and working through them helped us discuss requirements, goals and contexts for our final design.
|Basic Interaction Design Spring 2011 | Human-Computer Interaction Institute | Carnegie Mellon University|