Latest wireframe iterations
leahmaestri at gmail.com
Tue Oct 13 18:51:22 UTC 2009
This is terrific feedback. Thank you!
I have gone in and changed a few of the things you've mentioned and will try
to send out a follow up iteration today for the team to see.
On a slightly related but different note (to all designers):
One major change I would like to do to this wireframe is expand the right
side panel so that it takes up more real estate (as suggested by Colin and
Kevin), but it's not a fast task to do as I'm at the mercy of illustrator. I
find myself gravitating more and more towards Omnigraffle since all the
meta-layers can be separated into separate sub layers (that don't affect
other meta-layers) and can be easily changed in this regard. Maybe this is
something to bring up in today's design meeting?
Anyhoo, thanks again and talk soon!
On Mon, Oct 12, 2009 at 1:27 PM, Alistair Jones <ajonesolt at gmail.com> wrote:
> It looks great! I am really enjoying these!
> I made a note of any issue that popped into my head when going through
> the wireframes. Some things I think I have heard in conversations
> before and others I would understand if I was being walked through the
> wireframes but I tried to capture them all. So this feedback is yours
> to do as you please with:
> - The icons on the first page seem very inviting to touch, as if they
> were options. Would the user try to touch them and be confused when he
> see the next screen?
> - Is it odd that the button to select tours is labeled "Select Tour,"
> and the boxes at the bottom waiting to hold selected tours, are also
> labeled "Select Tour"? Is that good or bad?
> - What will the audio assisted tours do differently or more than
> printing out a brochure?
> - How do I cancel a tour? (Looking at the wireframes some more, I see it
> - Can I reorder my tours?
> - Can I send a personalize message if I send my tour? How will my
> friends know who the tour is from.
> - How do user's input the email address? on screen keyboard?
> - I like the format of the tour brochure! I think it is great approach.
> - I agree with Mike's comment on "search." Why not "browse"?
> Ok thats it, thanks for listening. Again, great job Lee! Feel free
> to contact me if you have a question!
> On Mon, Oct 12, 2009 at 7:09 PM, Michael S Elledge <elledge at msu.edu>
> > Hi Lee--
> > These look very nice and informative. You may want to consider using a
> > different term than "Search" on the "How to Start:" page, like "look
> > as in "Use the right side panel to look over tours you'd like to take."
> > Otherwise could be confusing since there isn't a search function.
> > Speaking of which...is there a search function somewhere on the kiosk?
> > Sometimes people look for a particular painting or sculpture to sketch or
> > visit.
> > Mike
> > Leah Maestri wrote:
> >> Hi all,
> >> My apologies for this being so late. Attached is the latest wireframe
> >> iteration based on our last meeting. Vicki will be designing different
> >> tour-browsing options to show the , so those are still to come.
> >> Here are the revisions I have made:
> >> - Portal page – move touch screen icon to the bottom of the page, think
> >> about how to show stages of process.
> >> - Re-enforce the use of color in choosing exhibition – by outlining the
> >> scroll selections.
> >> - Page 3: come up with a different icon then the close icons for the
> >> corner of the selected tours.
> >> Please have a look through and feel free to send more feedback. I hope
> >> everyone has a great thanksgiving and I'll talk to you soon!
> >> Best,
> >> Lee
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