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Private party organizer

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October 03, 2012

Private party organizer

This is the first deck for the "Designing calm" course at University of Trento made by Beatrice Valeri

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Beatrice

October 03, 2012
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  1. Private party organizer Productivity Designing Calm Course Beatrice Valeri

  2. Friends organizing a private party (Es. Dinner at home) need

    to organize who brings the food or needed items. Users:  group  of  friends   Need:  food  or  items   for  the  party   Insight:  shared  shopping   list  with  ownership  for   each  item  
  3. None
  4. Prototype shopping list Bob’s party Party is tomorrow pasta (Mary)

    bread (Bob) wine sauce (Mary) vegetables (John) coke chips (John) beer
  5. Features shopping list Bob’s party Party is tomorrow pasta (Mary)

    bread (Bob) wine sauce (Mary) vegetables (John) coke chips (John) beer Full list is visible by all friends User’s items are highlighted Purchased products are indicated
  6. Justifications •  All friends want to see how the organization

    is proceeding •  Important items, from the point of view of the user, should always be easily recognized
  7. Shortcomings •  Usage limited to very particular situations •  No

    help in choosing needed items •  No alarm before supermarkets’ closure when the user still need to buy something
  8. Next steps •  Prototype the whole application, designing also the

    part for inserting data. •  Test prototype with interviews •  Improve prototype with results from interviews, making it interactive