Reference no: EM13693926
Your project brief has been accepted by Senior Management and a design project has been formally commenced. You have been appointed as both Project Manager and Chief Designer for the project.
Your tasks are to:
1. Update your project brief with full details of:
1. Objectives, Outputs and Targets,
2. Success Criteria.
2. Write a Project Design Proposal that covers the following:
1. Design aims;
2. Outline of the proposed design.
3. Proposed evaluation methods;
Your first task updates your initial project document. The update should now reflect the complete user requirements and your objectives, outputs and targets for the project. This update will probably not exceed two (2) pages.
The Project Design Proposal should outline firstly your design aims for the project and how they will meet the user requirements.
You should give a brief outline of your design. This should be mainly written, rather than be drawn, and you should describe HOW your design will enhance the user experience (UX) of the user while meeting their requirements. You will also need to refer to design principles to support your argument.
Finally, you need to discuss how you will test your design for usability, UX, and the interface's fit to the requirements. Again you will want to support your argument with reference to principles. You do not need to produce a full test plan at this time.
Your Project Design Proposal should NOT exceed three (3) pages, excluding references. You will need to reference all literature using the APA 6th edition referencing style.
Prepare a detailed design document for the user interface for your project. Your design document should be based on your Project Requirements and Scope document and your Project Design proposal.
Your design document should include the following sections, as a minimum:
1. Design overview;
2. Project scope;
3. Business and User requirements;
4. Key assumptions;
5. Design process to be used;
6. Interface Design, including the following sections with justification for use:
1. All screen layouts;
2. All components identified, with justification for their use;
3. Workflow diagrams for major tasks (if required);
4. Use of colour, frames and sections;
5. Help and user assistance functions;
6. Use of icons;
7. User task navigation;
7. Usability testing and evaluation, including the following sections with justification for use:
1. Evaluation aims;
2. Evaluation methodology;
3. Test audience selection and ethical considerations;
4. Evaluation experiments;
5. Analysis methodology and procedures.
This is the final design for your project so all the sections in the document should be complete in all detail.
Your design document should not exceed ~25 pages in length, excluding references. You will need to reference all literature, applications and websites using the APA 6th edition referencing style.