I made my paper prototype about transcripts, I move a lot of information on the CUNY first so it would be easier to get to the transcript section. I moved all the most important information to the right side of the page since that where most people would look for the most important info. I … Read more Paper prototype | CUNYfirst
Card sorting basically takes the user interviewers most request and me basically addressing those issues. Paper prototype basically is my idea of what I would do with cunyfirst if I had the chance to read design it As a York college student, I wanted to make cunyfirst way simpler to navigate and use, so I can get … Read more Card Sorting and Paper Prototype by Jahi Seifert
One of the Red Routes my group came up with was to allow a access to a Planner, without the permission of an advisor, to keep with your progress.
I was assigned to make a prototype on the Holds tab of Cuny first and this is what I came up with. The two major changes that I made to the holds tab was the ability to add a hold to a priority queue and the ability to Schedule a meeting with your advisor choosing … Read more Paper Prototype
One of the Red Routes my group came up with was to allow a access to a Planner, without the permission of an advisor, to keep with your progress. (The yellow circles indicate the user maneuvering through the modified DegreeWorks)
In order to create a website one has to first create what is called a card sorting. What this process initially involves is a layout of card designs which both explains and provides an idea of what is expected of website design. Below, Is an example of what it looks like. The second step involves … Read more Card Sorting/paper prototype
I’ve been trying to rotate this photo for about ten minutes and the photo still shows this way. Any ways out of the people Kareem interviewed didn’t really have an issue with Cuny but believe some adjustments could be made such as …