Research findings were our first step in the design process. Through an in-depth literature review, we gathered information on creating secure access
We combined our individual design sketches and storyboards to generate a preliminary concept of our access system
We developed wireframes and physical prototypes to present to users. With their evaluation and feedback, we made necessary changes to our product
About The Project
Maintaining access to personal property can cause frustration because users have inadequate tools for securing their belongings and protecting themselves reliably and affordably. As a result, our team is designing a home entry system that helps users achieve their goal of effortless security.
Our entry system consists of a keypad receiver and a key fob or mobile phone transmitters that can be use to unlock the deadbolt on a door hands free.
For each persona, we generated several interaction scenarios
Having created a rich set of user experience design artifacts grounded in ideation, research, testing and iteration, we finalized our system by building a high-fidelity mock-ups. Our high-fidelity mockups consisted of a high-resolution representation our key sharing application (five screens) as well as a 3D printed model of our system’s keypad. Our mock-ups were subjected Read more about High-fidelity Mock-up[…]
Drawing from our paper prototypes, sitemap and other artifacts from our design process, we created annotated wireframes of our entire system. Annotated wireframes can be thought of as an in depth version of our sitemap. We were able to use the sitemap as a guide for they hierarchy of commands in the menu. We also Read more about Annotated Wireframes[…]