UX

KniTriage

KniTriage-Presentation

 

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KniTriage is the culmination of my work for the User Experience Design course I attended at General Assembly. It contains documentation and explanations of my research, findings, and designs for a fictional (but soon to be real) website for beginning knitters. Contents below:

The Problem
  • Introduction
  • Target Audience
  • Problem Statement
  • Persona
The Research
  • User Interviews
  • Competitive Analysis
  • Assumptions
The Plan
  • Features
  • User Flow
  • Content categorization
  • Sitemap
The Prototype
  • Initial Wireframes
  • User Testing
  • Assumptions: Revisited
  • Revised Sitemap
  • Revised Wireframes
  • Clickable Prototype

You can see my findings from the initial user research and prototype testing on Trello.

It was inspiring to see the demand for this solution when I conducted user tests, and although this was not required for the class, I plan to build a functional version of KniTriage as a responsive website this summer.

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