This is the base/stack tablet wireframe from which I’ll begin designing my process flow charts as I plan the interaction and finer details of the dashboard. It combine aspects from the both the mobile and desktop view in an arrangement I feel will serve a table user best
It’s sunny in Portland and I get to leave and enjoy it in 15 :)
This is a stack focused wireframe. There some notes and interaction points but mostly this is the basis for the mobile wireframes and process flow charts to come. It’s my initial point of reference and gives me insights into quirks and problems I may encounter.
Everyone starts off their designs differently I like to do a wireframe from the get go once I have the basic requirements. This allows me to visualize where I’m going.
Course cloud content hierarchy stack~
I’m exploring this for the mobile stack which I’m designing next. Even though mobile usage is less than tablet, I’m starting here because I still need to address my smallest use case after addressing my median use case. I’m trying to prep for outlier extremes so they don’t blindside me.
I’m redesigning OpenSesame’s user dashboard. First step is to organize the content to be covered into a hierarchy. I’m basing this on the current information we wish to convey to users across the 4-7 pages they currently find this data on.
On the other side of stackoverflow -
I love stackoverflow. This post if not really about that. When I can’t figure something out it’s where I go. Developers from all over helping each other out and solving problems. I’m not a developer/engineer. I can write script but not at the level of the people giving out advice their really. Yet for the first time I think I got an idea of what’s it like to be the one helping someone else solve their own dev problem remotely.
While Nicolas wasn’t using Hype he was using a similar tool, Adobe Edge. I was able to help him work out his own interactive flowchart which he is using to help digital camera buyers find the device that’s right for them. I really enjoyed our exchange and the opportunity to see someone else benefit from all the hard work and sweat I put into the original execution of the idea.