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# User profiles & persona describing our user groups (about 5 - 7 profiles & persona)
 
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Latest revision as of 22:10, 14 September 2008

A few of us would like to start a usability team and formal user centered design process on Openmoko's UI.

Rather than put together a formal road map, I'm going to simply put forward a few ideas where we can begin. This is Phase I of the User Centered Design process (the discovery phase). Listed are just the outputs, not the steps involved to produce them.

[edit] Phase 1

  1. User profiles & persona describing our user groups (about 5 - 7 profiles & persona)
  2. Review competitive landscape
  3. Usage scenarios, usage goals, task analysis
  4. Usability testing on existing solution with the people who fit the profiles and the items outlined in #3

[edit] Phase 2

Personal tools

A few of us would like to start a usability team and formal user centered design process on Openmoko's UI.

Rather than put together a formal road map, I'm going to simply put forward a few ideas where we can begin. This is Phase I of the User Centered Design process (the discovery phase). Listed are just the outputs, not the steps involved to produce them.

Phase 1

  1. User profiles & persona describing our user groups (about 5 - 7 profiles & persona)
  2. Review competitive landscape
  3. Usage scenarios, usage goals, task analysis
  4. Usability testing on existing solution with the people who fit the profiles and the items outlined in #3

Phase 2