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Team members

Mindstorm

Problems

Goals

Today

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Grouping content

Bookmarking

Priority importance

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Why do we need to track it?

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Research for solution - STORAGE AND RE-ACCESS

Notes

Outputs

Use case

Student Steve is going to travel. He is doing research about nightcubs in London..

Design idea

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What we capture


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Recall

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Starting points

Design job

Story

Steve is planning his trip to Barcelona (he really wants to get laid)

He wants to find again the list of top clubs in Barcelona he recently found somewhere online.

He puts Barcelona in the search box of his Mindstorm.

He immediately gets the list of 10 top results (ranked by his level of engagement, excitement and external rankings) for 'Barcelona' in his browsing history. But the system also shows him the time distribution of this results - when he actually found them, and then he remembers that he actually did the research last Friday, so he narrows down the results to that day. The search results are refreshed.

He also immediately get's a cue that this day he explored Barcelona at home, work and on his mobile and he immediately recognises that he did the research back at home, late after work. He chooses home, and the results get filtered again.

Before diving into results Steve notices the groups of information he found on the day, and he sees that he researched 'venues', 'flights' and 'entertainment'. He immediately clicks 'venues' as this fits his club hunt, and bang. The top result is now 'Top 10 clubs with house music in Barcelona'. Bingo - Steve's at home.

Graphical representation

Inspirations: QWIKI PRESENTATION



Screens
First attempt, with clues:

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Second attempt and final:

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Mobile version

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