Usage of the Design Thinking Methodology and data visualization in the сreation of a new native mobile application for brain activity training from top to bottom.
Based on user research, to identify an opportunity for an app to improve people’s day-to-day lives with only requirement that it tracks something.
Which features/functionalities to include is open for proposals from the designer.
As this is a MVP (Minimum Viable Product), the app should not try to solve all of the user’s problems at the same time. …
Tools: Figma, Google forms, Maze, paper, marker
Duration: 5 days
Team: 2 persons
Most digital magazine readers are well-educated, young, and upper-middle class. Recent studies indicate that they are part of the so-called Millennials.
The goal of this project is to develop an online editorial that meets the unmet needs of chosen personas and adds value to their experience. Assess chosen user persona with a critical eye and look for design opportunities within the provided information.
Concept of a new feature for Lieferando that is offering the possibility to deliver food in a sustainable way, so no waste is produced.
Year 2020 brought many changes into our life. Many business models started to change into new forms. One of these is the food and service field. Restaurants and coffee places went online and food delivery services increased.
According to statista.com in Germany in 2021 revenue in the Online Food Delivery segment is projected to reach US$2,713m (+9,4% yoy) and users growth up to 20.8m (+7,5% yoy). …
For this challenge, I’m going to jump into the shoes of a world traveler.
Worldtrotter, Backpacker — 18–38 y/o. So, the user decided to go visit one of the world wonders — Petra, Jordan (from the list of the seven wonders of the new millennium) that has been sitting in his/her dreams for a long time now. Doesn’t have a long time to plan but also doesn’t need it. Will be traveling in 6 months and open to almost any possibility but have a budget constraint. Price-cautious and prefer experiences where he/her has a chance to meet people and make…
UrbanGo is a public transit and mapping startup based in Silicon Valley. Their goal is to solve the problems of urban mobility by offering the quickest and cheapest public and private transport routes to their users.
UrbanGo already developed a mobile application where its users can select a starting point and a destination, and the app provides different multimodal routes with the estimated time and the cost of them.
How would you understand user flow in one app? What was the concept behind? What exactly do users accomplish?
In order to find answers to all that type of question in a mode of learning by doing I took NTC app and downgraded 5 main screens to Low-fidelity wireframes, just to see how it works.