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1 miLife Reflect and Communicate Graduate Design Studio II Jennifer Anderson Chun-yi Chen Phi-Hong Ha Dan Saffer

2 2 Introduction Review –Process –Research –Rationale Final Concept –Overview –Scenario of Use –Features & Functionality –The Experience

3 3 Review Process Interaction and Interface Design Refinements Final Product Concept Exploratory Research Form Exploration Task Analysis and Flows Product Testing Generative Research Personas & Scenarios Initial Concepts

4 4 Review Research Methods Photo workbooks Collages Microsoft reviews Drawing your experience Profiles and personas Task flows Scenarios Form evaluation Paper prototype testing Literature reviews Desk tours Observations Interviews Search and seizures Shadowing Questionnaires Existing product reviews Technology reviews Historical analysis


6 6 Review Findings & Implications People like using paper to capture and organize their information. Its fast, easy, and flexible. People are frustrated by a lack of compatibility across their various devices. People organize information by context. People prefer to carry as few things with them as possible. SeeNote is always on, so theres no boot up time. Its quick and easy to use. You can record your information the way you want it. SeeNote will synchronize with a wide variety of devices, acting as the glue that connects your information seamlessly. SeeNote can go with you everywhere, so you have your information when and where you need it. SeeNote fits in a pocket or purse.

7 7 SeeNote

8 8 Overview SeeNote is a platform for capturing small bits of information. It acts as digital glue, connecting your information across devices. SeeNote combines the flexibility of paper with the intelligence of software.

9 9 SeeNote Scenario of Use: Dave age 29 occupation Lawyer location New York City marital status Single children None income $135,000 education Law School Graduate hobbies Biking, Cooking, Gym

10 10 SeeNote Scenario of Use Dave reads the Business section while drinking his morning coffee. Dave removes the stylus from the SeeNote. As the stylus detaches, SeeNote comes out of dim mode. His SeeNote sits on the table beside him.

11 11 SeeNote Scenario of Use Dave decides to check the weather while hes on his SeeNote, so he draws a large N to make a new page. SeeNote converts the note to digital text and saves it locally. Dave writes the name of a record executive hes reading aboutClive Davisand circles it.

12 12 SeeNote Scenario of Use The page is replaced by the local weather forecast. After reading it, Dave Xs out the page, and it disappears. Dave writes the word Weather and circles it.

13 13 SeeNote Scenario of Use On the street, he bumps into his old friend Lisa. She tells him that she has moved and gives him her new address. Dave puts the SeeNote in his pocket and heads off to work. The top page is once again the Clive Davis note Dave had written earlier.

14 14 SeeNote Scenario of Use He writes Address? Lisa and circles it. He draws the large N again to bring up a new page. Dave pulls SeeNote out of his pocket and detaches the stylus.

15 15 SeeNote Scenario of Use It disappears and he writes the new one in its place: 12 W. 14th Street. He circles the whole thing to save it. Lisas address appears on the SeeNote screen. Dave scribbles out the old address to delete it. SeeNote displays the two Lisas from his address book. He circles the correct one, Lisa Genero.

16 16 SeeNote Scenario of Use Dave and Lisa make plans to meet for coffee after work. Dave wants to note this in his SeeNote, so he taps the Back icon to close the Address Book entry and return to Notes. The wireless icon changes color to green to indicate that SeeNote has synced with the address books on his other devices. The handwritten text turns into digital text, indicating that it has been saved.

17 17 SeeNote Scenario of Use The wireless icon changes color again to indicate syncing with his other devices. SeeNote recognizes the appointment command, turns the text to digital and prompts Dave for the date, Today or Another Day? Dave circles Today. He writes APPT 6pm Lisa for coffee and circles it.

18 18 SeeNote Scenario of Use SeeNote displays that it has 30 hours of battery life left. At work, Dave takes the SeeNote out of his pocket and circles the battery icon. He puts the SeeNote back into his pocket and tells Lisa hell see her that evening.

19 19 SeeNote Scenario of Use He presses the Voice button, which brings up a blank page, and says To Do into the microphone. On the way to the meeting Dave remembers something and detaches SeeNote from his laptop. Dave prepares to go to a meeting. He closes his laptop and attaches SeeNote to the back of it.

20 20 SeeNote Scenario of Use He releases the Voice button and reattaches the SeeNote before heading into the meeting. His new To Do List entry appears at the bottom of the list, defaulting to medium priority. The To Do List displays and Dave says Call Phil about Tuesday meeting.

21 21 SeeNote Scenario of Use He circles OK to turn off the reminder. Later, back at his desk, SeeNote beeps to remind Dave of his meeting with Lisa for coffee. In the meeting, he remembers that he had jotted down a list of topics to discuss and uses the slider to find them on SeeNote.

22 22 SeeNote Scenario of Use When its time to leave, Dave puts SeeNote back into his pocket, says goodbye to Lisa and heads home. Dave writes the name of the documentary on his SeeNote. Dave meets Lisa at a coffee shop. While hes with Lisa, she tells him about a new documentary he might like.

23 23 SeeNote USB Port Microphone Stylus Physical Properties Voice Button Pushing and holding the button brings up a blank note on which to record a note or issue a command. Releasing the button ends the recording and/or finishes the command. Screen 216x180 pixels (3x 2.5). 72dpi resolution. Velcro Tabs (on reverse) For adhering SeeNote to other devices. Frame Hard plastic. Contains a wireless antenna. Battery Lithium-ion battery. Typical battery life will be similar to that of a cell phone, 24-60 hours per charge, depending on usage. Power

24 24 General Interface Elements SeeNote Time/Date Stamp Notes are automatically stamped with the time and date they were created or altered. Slider Each dot represents a note. Newer notes appear on the right, with up to 15 notes displayed at any one time. If there are more than 15 notes, when the slider reaches the far right, more dots will appear. Touch the diamond slider with the stylus to move it in either direction. Tapping the arrows will also move the slider one dot at a time, as will a longer touch, which will rapidly move the slider. Slider only appears for notes. Wireless Connectivity Icon Displays four levels of signal strength. Circling brings up information about the connected network. Changes to green while syncing information with other devices. To Do List items, Appointments and Addresses are immediately synchronized with your other devices. If wireless connectivity is unavailable, SeeNote will try once every half hour (or other customizable time) to synchronize. Battery Icon Displays battery charge. Circling will bring up the hours and percentage left. Note Indicator Displays the note you are on, plus the total number of notes.

25 25 SeeNote GENERAL SPECIFIC Circling a note saves it.Crossing a note out with a large X deletes it. Scribbling deletes parts of a note. A large N over a page creates a new page. To access some functions, certain keywords are recognized as commands. Those keywords, which can be customizable, trigger searches, stocks prices, sports scores, weather reports, the to do list, appointments, and addresses. When commands are combined with other text, SeeNote will create the specified To Do List items, Addresses, and Appointments. A ? following a To Do, Address, or Appointment command turns the command into a search. If multiple items result from a search, SeeNote either displays them all (for appointments and To Do List items) or just the name (addresses). A ? on its own, circled, displays SeeNote Help. Commands

26 26 SeeNote To Do List Scrolling Arrows Arrows allow for movement within the To Do List. Priority Priority can be set after creating to do list item by responding to the priority prompt. Priority can be edited on existing items by circling item on list to select. Priority levels are high, medium, low. High priority items are displayed in red, low priority in blue. Items To Do items can be written in directly at the bottom of the list or created on a note page. They can be crossed off to indicate completion or removed from the list. Crossed off items stay for a customizable duration on the list. Back Tab The back tab will return you to last note viewed.

27 27 SeeNote Appointment To set an appointment, the appointment command is used along with a time and date. SeeNote will prompt you if either is missing. SeeNote will also alert you if there is a conflicting appointment. Reminder SeeNote allows you to set reminders for appointments. It will give you the option to re-alert you in five minutes (Snooze). Addresses Addresses can be entered with the address command, along with a name and any combination of address, city, state, and phone numbers. Appointments & Addresses

28 28 SeeNote The Experience Movie

29 29 Thank you Any questions?

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