by Julie Davis Veach March 19, 2021
A user story is a narrative that explains how an individual user, or persona, interacts with a particular digital project such as a mobile application, interactive installation, or wearable device. It is the MOST important element of user-centered design.
As in any story, you will follow a theme, a character, a plot, and a story structure.
User stories identify the role of those who interact with your Project. User stories should be an ever-evolving story that can be updated and modified as you work on your Project.
In my user story, I created a theme, a character, a plot, and a story structure.
My user story included the following information:
I conducted interviews in the form of a questionnaire using "Survey for Pages" to better understand my user and target audience.
I re-designed my Target Audience Survey and published it across my social media platforms to solicit responses. I had a total of 109 responses. Take my ARTS AUDIENCES SURVEY
For more information on user stories, read this article, "User Stories and Scenarios in UX Design" by Designmodo"
This week I accomplished the following in the production of my project proposal:
And I made the following changes to my project presentation:
I did LOTS, and LOTS, and LOTS of research into the wee hours of each morning this week.... and all previous weeks!
Next week, I look forward to further refinement, receiving more survey results, continuing my research and development, and maybe a kind-of Spring Break? Who am I kidding.... I will be working on this all next week as well!
Until then, have a great week!
Next week, I will review my progress and look at the Midterm presentation of my Project:
This blog will serve as a place to create my case study. I invite you to follow along with me as I journey through this process.
Thank you for reading and for your interest.
Julie A. Davis Veach
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