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UX Portfolio: Event request process

UX Portfolio: Event request process

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Valarie Martin Stuart

March 04, 2016
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  1. THE PROJECT: Complete redesign of administrative event request management system

    in web application.
  2. THE PROBLEM: Users were running into roadblocks trying to 


    use a very popular but dated tool in a web application. Feature requests and support 
 tickets were growing steadily.
  3. THE SOLUTION: Development time was slated to rework the tool

    from the ground up, to make the tool easy to use and learn, while meeting the needs of a varied customer base.
  4. STEP 1: Establish project goals.

  5. between admins, 
 admin reviewers, 
 reviewer element reviewers, and

    the requestor (student) COMMUNICATION improve 1 STEP 1: Establish project goals.
  6. between admins, 
 admin reviewers, 
 reviewer element reviewers, and

    the requestor (student) COMMUNICATION improve 1 HISTORY 2 to maintain and convey actions and comments
 on the request record STEP 1: Establish project goals.
  7. STEP 2: Define the users who would be interacting with

    the tool.
  8. STEP 2: Define the users who would be interacting with

    the tool. Umbrella Admins
  9. STEP 2: Define the users who would be interacting with

    the tool. Umbrella Admins Administrative Reviewers
  10. STEP 2: Define the users who would be interacting with

    the tool. Umbrella Admins Administrative Reviewers Reviewer Element Reviewers
  11. STEP 2: Define the users who would be interacting with

    the tool. Umbrella Admins Administrative Reviewers Reviewer Element Reviewers Students (Requestor)
  12. STEP 3: Interview current customers to gather their feedback, wants,

    and needs for a better system.
  13. STEP 3: Interview current customers to gather their feedback, wants,

    and needs for a better system. 16 form reviewers • not ordered •not sent automatically on submission 3 notified admins 1 Reviewer-element reviewer (sometimes) UMBRELLA ADMIN VIEW
  14. STEP 3: Interview current customers to gather their feedback, wants,

    and needs for a better system. 16 form reviewers • not ordered •not sent automatically on submission 3 notified admins 1 Reviewer-element reviewer (sometimes) UMBRELLA ADMIN VIEW 0 form reviewers 2 notified admins 1 Reviewer-element review (sometimes) UMBRELLA ADMIN VIEW
  15. STEP 3: Interview current customers to gather their feedback, wants,

    and needs for a better system. 16 form reviewers • not ordered •not sent automatically on submission 3 notified admins 1 Reviewer-element reviewer (sometimes) UMBRELLA ADMIN VIEW 0 form reviewers 2 notified admins 1 Reviewer-element review (sometimes) UMBRELLA ADMIN VIEW UMBRELLA AD 3 form revie ✓ ordere ✓ start o 1 notified ad 1 Reviewer-
  16. STEP 4: Run complete heuristic evaluation of the current tool,

    acting as each defined user.
  17. STEP 4: Run complete heuristic evaluation of the current tool,

    acting as each defined user.
  18. STEP 4: Run complete heuristic evaluation of the current tool,

    acting as each defined user. I want someone to review event requests. Why did I have to go to a form builder? I should be adding event request reviewers.
  19. STEP 5: Compile results from 
 • heuristic testing
 •

    direct user feedback 
 • support tickets
 • idea board requests and create extensive list of desired system behavior.
  20. STEP 5: Compile results from 
 • heuristic testing
 •

    direct user feedback 
 • support tickets
 • idea board requests and create extensive list of desired system behavior.
  21. STEP 5: Compile results from 
 • heuristic testing
 •

    direct user feedback 
 • support tickets
 • idea board requests and create extensive list of desired system behavior.
  22. STEP 5: Compile results from 
 • heuristic testing
 •

    direct user feedback 
 • support tickets
 • idea board requests and create extensive list of desired system behavior.
  23. STEP 5: Compile results from 
 • heuristic testing
 •

    direct user feedback 
 • support tickets
 • idea board requests and create extensive list of desired system behavior.
  24. STEP 6: Develop use cases for a variety of scenarios

    and involved users. Include user behaviors that could throw roadblocks into the flow.
  25. STEP 6: Develop use cases for a variety of scenarios

    and involved users. Include user behaviors that could throw roadblocks into the flow.
  26. STEP 6: Develop use cases for a variety of scenarios

    and involved users. Include user behaviors that could throw roadblocks into the flow.
  27. STEP 6: Develop use cases for a variety of scenarios

    and involved users. Include user behaviors that could throw roadblocks into the flow.
  28. STEP 6: Develop use cases for a variety of scenarios

    and involved users. Include user behaviors that could throw roadblocks into the flow.
  29. STEP 6: Develop use cases for a variety of scenarios

    and involved users. Include user behaviors that could throw roadblocks into the flow.
  30. STEP 7: Build wireframes and user flows to depict interaction

    for specific use cases.
  31. STEP 7: Build mockups and 
 user flows to depict

    interaction for specific use cases.
  32. STEP 7: Build mockups and 
 user flows to depict

    interaction for specific use cases.
  33. STEP 7: Build mockups and 
 user flows to depict

    interaction for specific use cases.
  34. STEP 7: Build mockups and 
 user flows to depict

    interaction for specific use cases.
  35. STEP 7: Build mockups and 
 user flows to depict

    interaction for specific use cases.
  36. VALARIE MARTIN STUART user interface and experience design After mockups

    were passed to development,
 layout and design iteration continued 
 throughout the building process.
  37. VALARIE MARTIN STUART user interface and experience design And the

    process as it looks today…
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    usa • 972-762-4360 • www.valarie.info