What we learned from user testing:
- Show where is the nearby dock in navigation
- The tours still look similar to each other
- In some screens, font size is hard to read
- Add time in tour screen
Based on the user test last week, I changed some parts in my app:
What I changed in the final iteration:
Marvel prototype: https://marvelapp.com/5512hd4
Hardbound is a new, unique format of storytelling that’s visual, interactive and designed for mobile. Comparing with the traditional news app which provides many texts in content, Hardbound uses lots of illustrations and graphics to help you digest the information. Most of the story takes about 5 minutes to finish. It is appropriate to read a story during the waiting time. The simple gesture (swipe← →) makes the reading experience smooth and comfortable.
In my perspective, Hardbound creates an innovative way to read the news and make the information clearer and easy to consume.
This is a very interesting game! I have been playing this for 2 weeks during my commuting time. Basically, you press on the screen to move the character’s leg. The longer you press, the bigger step you take. There are some barriers and gaps which you can’t step on.
The reason I love this game is the graphic style. The character has dramatic movement and the game uses humor conversations. The user can share the falling down GIF to social media. I think this is very fun. Moreover, because there is no limitation of the life, you can keep playing until you feel tired!
Highly recommend! 😀
In order to focus more on helping people who have choosing disabilities, the main change I did was randomly pick a restaurant for the user.
Marvel prototype: https://marvelapp.com/1ei2e52
Apps can integrate with Siri and let people use their voice to perform specific types of app-specific actions, such as making calls, sending messages, and starting workouts.
You can enhance notifications with an expanded detail view that opens when people use 3D Touch to press your notification or swipe your notification down on an unlocked device. Use this view to give people quick access to more information about a notification and the ability to take immediate action without leaving their current context.
A peek lets people use 3D Touch to preview an item, such as a page, link, or file, in a view that appears temporarily above the current context. To peek at an item that supports this functionality, apply a little pressure to the item with your finger. Simply lift your finger to exit the peek. To open the item and see more detail, press a little harder until the item pops and fills the screen. In some peek views, you can swipe up to reveal related action buttons. For example, while peeking at a link in Safari, you can swipe up to reveal buttons for opening the link in the background, adding the link to your reading list, and copying the link.