Took X pages of proposal and brainstorms, turned them into design brief.
Consumed user interviews/research, added info into design docs
INSERT MANY TO FEW IMAGE HERE
Process used to overcome the problem:
Page flow/Information architecture. Used to organize thoughts, find the common currency - found divide: content objects and their presentation. IA: Content O, Meta, social, user profile.
[Iconographic Page flow / IA]
Templates: mocked up a series of spatial arrangements and checked their readability.
[Document my template pros and cons]
Picking a template, started adding placeholders. Sanity check, does the template still work? Yes, so
V1 to V2
Went 1:1 with objects representing every function, content object, and interaction point, but keeping them abstract. Checked spacing and arrangements. Once it looks good
V2 to V3
Share lo-fi prototype with stakeholders, get feedback. Feedback recieved, so replaced abstracts with specifics, creating mid-fidelity prototypes and check the flow logic
V3 to V4
Share mid-fidelity with stakeholders, recieve feedback, make changes, frame out more pages.
Iterate through step 7 until stakeholders are satisfied.
Project in progress; continue to iterate on wireframes and site structure. Have begun discussions with representatives for design and development teams, getting buy in, answering early questions, so they know what to expect when we deliver final prototypes.
[Flow of different pages together]