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Week 7- Ready for Testing
january 08 - january 15
Set up dropbox folder and initial justime prototyper file1/8/2017Finished0.50.5
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Submit "A plan & a skeleton" assignment1/9/2017Finished47
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Evaluate peers assignment for "A plan & a skeleton"1/9/2017Finished11
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Read very carefully this week instructions, make some notes if there is a doubt about something and share it in the forum1/10/2017Finished0.50.75
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Interactive Prototype

Splash Window and login:
- Create a splash Screen with a description of the app if the app is being open for the first time or if the user has not logged with a social media account yet.
- Create a simple login/register screen with a social media account (facebook or twitter, should have a link to a legal agreement screen).
- Create a legal agreement screen that will be use as a simple modal window with this legal information (if is possible make it as simple and understandable as possible).
- Create a splash screen in case the user has already register with a social media account.


General:
- Create the basic navigation and skeleton of the whole app: Show the name of the app, mobile menu icon.
- Create a menu with these links: home, profile, my friends, configuration, about.

Screen - My friends:
- Create a view that will only show illustrations (according to scores), avatars, scores) of the first 10 friends associated with the user's social media account.
- Create a pagination interaction that allows the user to check more than 10 friends and browse with back and next button (showing 10 per page).

Home screen:
- Create the main score card (score points, review of the results and "take again" button) or a message in case the test haven't been taken yet
- Create friend's score card (with representative illustration scores, avatars and score numbers).You can list 5 friends at first glance.
- Create an enlarge view of the scorecard with the current information and some extra information (date, hour, list of questions with feedback.
- Create an extended view for "Your friends" or friend's score when you can see the rest of your friends and navigate using a simple pagination system.
- Create an enlarge view of each friend scores show the enlarged avatar picture, score and result review.

Test: A new test will start immediately after an user register or logs for the first time.
- Create an instructions screen that will provide the instructions of the test. This screen will have a simple animation or still illustrations with instructions (simple phone slider with dots), and skip button (that will lead to the home screen without score) and a "Take test" button.
- Create a list of questions that will be the core of this app, this question will be asked to the users to see if they know who to be good citizens. Fill also the answer information: yes/no and explanation (why: user feedback).
- Evaluate the questions with experts or test them with users.
- Create a series of illustrations that will accompany each question and each answer (visual feedback).
- Create a skeleton of the screen used to each question (taken randomly from the database): Number of question and remaining questions, illustration, question, skip button, answer buttons (yes or no), leave test interaction (close icon in the right up corner). The app will have 10 questions per test.
- Create the interaction of the skip button: this will assign the next question if the user does not want to answer the current one.
- Create a message that will verify if the user would like to leave the test. Is a yes or no modal window, if the user agree to leave the test, the home screen will show the date, hour and the status of the canceled test. If the user decides to keep doing the test, just close the modal window.
- Create a points system that will be use to evaluate the user and show it in a scale. Fill each scale with a feedback text and illustrations.
- Create a funny result screen with: score, illustration, explanation of the result score, a "check questions" button and a "Share with friends button.
- Create the "Check questions" screen with the score and a very simple review of each question and the answers given by the user, it will show a feedback visible icon feedback to "right" or "wrong". It is a scroll down screen. Each test will have 10 questions.
- Create the scroll interaction to see all the 10 questions of "Check questions" screen.
- Create a modal window "Share with your friends": choose a social network (twitter or facebook button) and close button (to close the modal window).
- Create the interaction after selection the social network to share: Editable message with a link, the social network, a "send button" and close button (in case the user wants to close the modal window without sending the message).


Interactive Prototype second sprint - Stretch Goal List
- Create a configuration screen that will allow the user to change Country or language (this is for cultural adaptations of the content).
- About screen with simple contact information of the app and license.
1/13/2017Finished1620.31
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Update development plan.1/14/2017Finished10.18
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Write 2-3 high level sentences outlining the task that you will have users do next week (Task description)1/14/2017Finished0.50.5
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Submit assignment "Ready for testing"1/14/2017Finished0.50.5
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Weekly SummaryWeekly Meeting Time:
12:30pm, 01/14/2017
30.740Green2430.74
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Week 8 - Test your prototype
january 16 - january 22
Evaluate peers assignment for "Ready for Testing"1/17/2017Finished11.25
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Finish if is possible (Changed)
Interactive Prototype second sprint - Stretch Goal List

Profile:
- Create a profile view with name, lastname, email address and avatar.
- Zoom of the avatar for each friend profile.
1/18/2017On holdThis task was cancelled20
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Read very carefully the instructions of this week assignment, make some notes if there is a doubt about something and share it in the forum1/18/2017Finished0.50.67
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Watch video "Running In-person experiments" (NEW!)1/19/2017Finished0.220.22
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Develop a protocol
- Write a testing protocol
- Obtain informed consent using the provided form (http://www.indiana.edu/~usable/templates/Participant_consent_form.htm)
1/18/2017Finished1.51.38
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Watch people use the prototype
- Find representative testers.
- Perform the test: Learn what the people testing your prototype are thinking.
- Take photos or create some sketches of each tester using your prototype (breakdowns and design opportunities).
- After each test write down any reactions or thoughts
1/19/2017Finished3.51
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Compile results
- Go through all the notes and other records
- Define some general patterns in people's behavior
- Identify some interesting points, think deeply about them - ask questions
- Create a detailed and understandable list of changes that you will implement as a result of your testing and discussion, with justifications.
- Fix the bugs that are either small and easy to fix, or too severe to ignore.
1/20/2017Finished121.6
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Redesign for A/B experiment
- Identify and redesign ONE component of your prototype that resolves a breakdown or leverages an opportunity with an outcome that users can be binarily classified into.
- Creating simple paper mockups of your redesign (if possible - stretch goal)
- Electronically create and submit two alternative designs: your redesign and your original design.
- Write a description of the online test you will run, answer: How will you measure your manipulation? What are the possible outcomes and their interpretations?
1/21/2017Finished86
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Update development plan.1/21/2017Finished0.50.49
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Submit assignment "Test your prototype"1/21/2017Finished0.51
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Weekly SummaryWeekly Meeting Time:
12:30pm, 01/22/2017
12.610Project Status29.2212.61
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Week 9 - Results!
january 23 - january 29
Evaluate peers assignment for "Test your prototype"1/24/2017Finished0.51
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Watch video "Designing Studies You Can Learn From" (NEW!)1/26/2017Finished0.220.22
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Read very carefully the instructions of this week assignment, make some notes if there is a doubt about something and share it in the forum1/26/2017Finished0.50.5
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Launch A/B Test
- Create a duplicate of your project. Then, in your duplicate, replace the ‘A’ (original) screen with the ‘B’ (alternate) screen that you created from the previous assignment.
- Create an account in UserTesting.
1/26/2017Finished
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Results
- Watch the videos from your participants’ responses, paying special attention to how they interact with your A/B screens.
- Take one video frame or screenshot from each participant that demonstrates them interacting with or reacting to your A/B screens.
- Write a summary of all your findings with specific focus on the A/B screens.
- Write: what comparisons can you make about your A/B screens?
- Discuss the insights that your test helped inform and the conclusions you can make from them. Write: What features would you want to test in the future?
- Create a list of changes that you would like to make (as a result of the test). Add these to your development plan if you have time to complete them.
1/28/2017Finished43.25
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New changes from this week (NEW!)
Include share button in homescreen like Design B, but keep changes of Design A. This anable 2 different user flows to work (explanation above).
Create the rest of the question to avoid confusion, it should have 10 questions.
Create screen answers (correct / not correct) related to the new set of questions.
Store points in order to show a real final score.
Show associated avatar/message result according to the score..
Fix dimensions issue with browsers in cellphones.
Feedback screen after sharing the score confirming that the post was sent.
Finish remaining illustrations and add color to the current ones.
Add colors, fonts and animations (if is necessary).
Correct typos / Grammar errors.
Question 2: “teaches” instead of “teach” (Done)
Question 3: "put on your seatbelt on" instead of "Put your seatbelt" (Done)
Question 10: "forthe" (Done)
“YOU GAINED” instead of “YOU GAIN” (Done)
Make first splash work according to user’s mental model (3 points).
Simplify “skip” with a note explaining that is not available in this prototype


Pending modifications:
Home screen: highlight call to action of detailed view of the last test.
1/30/2017Finished810
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Fit and Finish
- Make your app pretty: Complete changes, attention to details, optimize it for the interface.
- Time to work on branding: Create a finalized app name .
1/30/2017Finished83
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Update development plan.1/31/2017Finished0.50.5
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Submit assignment "Results!"1/31/2017Finished0.50.5
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Weekly SummaryWeekly Meeting Time:
12:30pm, 02/30/2017
18.970Project Status22.2218.97
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Week 10 - Show & Tell
january 30 - february 04
Evaluate peers assignment for "Results!"1/30/2017Finished0.51
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Read very carefully this week instructions, make some notes if there is a doubt about something and share it in the forum2/4/2017In progress0.5
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Grammar corrections for the last version of the prototype2/4/2017Finished11.5
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Medium: Share Your Design Process2/4/2017In progress3
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Create a Video Demonstrating Your App2/4/2017On hold1.5
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Publicize Your Site, Video, or Medium Post2/5/2017On hold1
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Submit assignment "Show & Tell"2/5/2017On hold0.5
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Week SummaryWeekly Meeting Time:
12:30pm, 02/04/2017
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