Falling asleep while eating.
Awesome presentation on how to create user story maps and its use in practice to visualize process and progress.
- 3 months ago
Today we took down the baby crib. It wasn’t being used anyway but it still felt like we were watching the passing of some milestone. – Read on Path.
Currently working on an Android and iOS app. It’s quite exciting. It’s my first time “designing” for (a) mobile (app). Can’t show you anything, but I’m geeking out that I get to build Axure prototypes, one feature at a time.
This morning, Hurrah! Marketing’s third release was pushed live with a new client Roger.tv. It’s a great day of celebration, for me. It’s been 3 weeks of intense gruel, followed by 1 week of oasis, followed by 3 days of pedal to the metal.
This 3rd release features:
* refactored process for adding clients using Taxonomy
* refactored client listing page using Taxonomy
* refactored client detail pages using Panels, Display Suite
What does refactoring mean? It means I took the time to go back and fix the hack workarounds I made to get the site out the door the first time around. The refactored process means that the editorial process is more streamlined than before. The client can now be able to add new clients on their own whereas before I would have to create a page for them in a convoluted process of Views and Panels.Source: gracelau.org
User scenarios are more like stories about who the user is and what their information needs are.
Use cases are system-based steps on what a user does when they get to your site/application.