I have finished the design iteration of the bookmark page. The domain has been set up.
The prototype video is almost finished. I’m behind the schedule. But I’m confident that I will catch up and deliver.
When I wrote the video script last week, I paid attention to how the introduction of features could be connected to a cohesive story. Based on that story, I built another prototype and sent out to experts to gather feedback.
Two things need to be fixed:
The design will be implemented into a high-fidelity prototype, presented as animated video.
I have so much to do!
I drew a user conceptual model to:
I decided that the showcase site will include two pages:
About the video script:
My project took an unexpected turn, just like everything else in the world did.Â
As the name entails, the project is not only about fixing broken parts in web browsers — it is connected to other issues with technology and existing interaction design paradigms that I have spent too much time talking about.
I have always known that I wanted to do more than a portfolio product design project. But what is it? I looked back and realized that I desire to build a medium that hasn’t existed in the world, and it requires more than connecting the dots from what’s obviously missing.
I started to recognize that this will be one of the rare moments in my upcoming years, in which I have adequate amount of time to entertain my wild thoughts with complete creative freedom.
During the moments that I regained the productive momentum, I spent a lot more time reading through essays, looking at others projects, and contemplating. I’ll be sharing more about my progress on Friday.
To build better storytelling, it is important to revise the concept prototype wasn’t able to answer. A couple of things I’m exploring:
Relationship between nodes and cards
Loopholes in current model
When designing tools for thought, it is important to iterate through making. Even though my coding knowledge is insufficient to accommodate the timeline, the other fast method to test my ideas is concierge.
I scheduled two concept testing sessions with two students who are conducting exploratory research for their paper – a convincing use case based on the feedback of previous prototypes. Both of them are scheduled for this Friday and will be conducted remotely.