Moodboard & User Persona

Task Description:

We were asked to first create a moodboard based on “Dave Smith’s” user persona (see below) and then create two of our own user personas based on the target audience we chose for Assessment 2.

Dave Smith’s user persona
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Assessment 2 – Outcomes

Task Description:

We were asked to come up with 10 different outcomes for our interactive, mind map it, and have a peer choose their favourite 3 and why.

Outcomes Mind Map

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Indicating Interactive Change

Task Description

We were asked to implement our user interactive into a hypothetical website about toast and demonstrate the interactions the user would have within the site demonstrated by change between two images. We had to create a wireframe of the site and then refine it from there.

Wireframing

Wireframe for hypothetical toast website
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Hypothetical Toast Website

Sitemap

The Instructions page will act as the home page/landing page as it serves as the main purpose of the site. The other tabs that branch off from this are all extras that might need to be addressed separately on their own page such as the safety aspects behind making toast or if you’re unsure of what cooked toast looks like (is it cooked?).

The layout of pages within the website

Interface sketch

For my interface sketch, I have chosen to have my interface within the “Safety” page as it’s based on the safety protocols enacted when making toast.

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Assessment 2 – Peer Feedback

Task Description

We were asked to review each other’s project ideas in groups of three and provide opinions on the positives and negatives while offering useful suggestions.

Project Idea (summarised)

To create an instructional interactive website that educates users about the cause and effect overfishing has on the marine environment (areas include decline in commercial/non commercial species’ population, unbalanced ecosystem & fishing industry) for adults ranging from the ages of 20-40. This would be done via an interactive that showcases a simulated marine environment where users can engage by clicking any section that represent a key area overfishing affects, prompting a pop-up that provides an in-depth explanation about said area, for e.g. clicking on the boat will prompt a pop up explaining how overfishing effects the fishing industry or clicking on the net below the boat would prompt a pop-up informing users about commercial and non-commercial species’ population/treatment.

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