Presenting final deliverables
As we weren't able to validate our design with enough users during our final sprint, Kevin and I left Tiffany with a prototype of the app and several recommendations for further testing.
We created this final prototype in InVision and handed it off to Tiffany with several recommendations.
Concept test features on the Profile tab.
During our final round of testing, two people enjoyed the counter and the checklist. One didn't understand them. None of these testers were recently released returning citizens, our main user base. Since the data was inconclusive, we recommended validating these features with 5-6 individuals who fell into our target market.
Usability test with 5-6 potential users.
No clearly defined patterns emerged during our three usability tests, so we encouraged Tiffany to conduct several more before handing the prototype and wireframes off for development.
We also created annotated wireframes to complete our designs for a minimum viable product.
We built out additional screens and empty states, and wrote wrote annotations, providing context for Tiffany's developer and any designers who would work on her project in the future.
Tiffany was excited. We had narrowed down her scope, delivered designs for a minimum viable product, and provided recommendations for moving forward. After we wrapped up our final sprint, she used our wireframes to work with a UI team to continue bringing the product to life.