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MoodleNet Design Sprint (May 2018)

Overview

A place to curate everything related to the MoodleNet Design Sprint at the offices of Outlandish, 21st-25th May 2018, from 10:00 - 17:00. Prototype overview video available here.

Aim(s)

  • Martin Dougiamas: "For me, it's a visual prototype that is good enough for anyone to quickly understand what MoodleNet does and how it could look and feel."

Location

3rd Floor
149 Fonthill Road
Finsbury Park
London
N4 3HF

Agenda

Outlandish's overview of the Design Sprint: File:MoodleNet Design Sprint.pdf

Martin Dougiamas at the Design Sprint

Monday

Focus: Collect

Morning

  • Introduced ourselves and defined roles
  • Got up to speed on sociocracy
  • Outcome focused session
  • Identify risks and mitigations

Afternoon

  • Data gathering and analysis
Process / journey mapping
  • Target User work
  • Plot the user scenario
  • Create the user Point-of-View statement


Outcomes

Wireframing ideas at the Design Sprint

Tuesday

Focus: Explore

Morning

  • Worst possible idea
  • How might we...?

Afternoon

  • Crazy eights
  • Idea generation
  • Decision time
The very first user test of MoodleNet

Wednesday

Focus: Prototype

Morning

  • Wireframe user journey
  • Sitemap creation
  • Wireframe screens
  • Outlandish designer creates a low-fi prototype with team

Afternoon

  • Content and UX writing
  • User testing script & prep
Setting up a day of user testing

Thursday

Focus: User test

Morning

  • User testing
  • Rolling retrospectives

Afternoon

  • User testing
  • Rolling retrospectives
  • Gather our user testing evidence and pool our observations

User test participants

  • 10:00 - Mary Cooch
  • 11:00 - Andrew Field
  • 12:00 - Miles Berry
  • 15:00 - Christian Turton
  • 16:00 - Jess Gramp

Friday

Focus: Iterate

Today has flexibility, but in short it’s about iterating the wireframe. At the end of today Moodle will walk away with a prototype that’s been tested AND iterated, so there is some evidence-based confidence in it as a solution.

Morning

  • Prioritised existing feedback
  • Captured rest of the feedback to inform MVP
  • Wireframed UX solutions, based on user testing

Afternoon

  • Producing the expanded and improved-upon clickable XD prototype
  • Created screencast overview of the prototype

Walked away with a prototype and evidence-based confidence in taking it forward as a product.

Data

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Useful links

A dumping ground for things on this wiki and elsewhere that may be useful during the week. Unordered.