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  1. Intro to UX Design Project @CareerFoundry By Busra Al Nakhlani June 2022 A new approach to vocabulary learning
  2. Design steps followed Prototypes Lessons learned
  3. How might we design a mobile app that empowers people to learn new vocabulary?
  4. 31, from Brasil Lives in Berlin Works as a Product Manager Maike Silva "I want to be able to follow German media for my work. It’s time for me to raise the bar without committing to a timeline."
  5. Maike needs a practical and fun way to improve her vocabulary, because she wants to follow German media with ease. We'll know this to be true, when Maike can comprehend an episode from a popular political ZDF-podcast in German.
  6. Meet AHEAD A personalised vocabulary training app that promises to improve one's writing, reading, speaking and memory skills with 40+ games.
  7. Onboarding new users Tutorial Language selection Setting up learning goals Adding preferences for learning methods Choosing topics of interest Language assessment Creating an account 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
  8. Adding words to study book Select unknown word Add to app Select definition Select example sentence Save and get redirected to original screen 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
  9. How does the app fulfil the needs of the users?
  10. User testing surfaced some of the flaws in the designs. Some of them were in fact major usability problems.
  11. Next iteration was designed based on user feedback
  12. AHEAD gives users options to create their own learning experience while supporting them with a personalised curriculum.
  13. Lessons learned An iterative design process is inevitable, in fact it's detrimental. Fidelity of prototypes should be just right. Testing as much as possible within budget and time constraints is essential.