There are so many new music festivals, it can be difficult for music lovers to find out about music festivals that are of interest and convenient.
I created Fest, a mobile app prototype, that would provide an easy way for festival go-ers to find out about festivals. I conducted user research to understand the needs of festival-goers before using information architecture to guide my design ideas to create low-fi and high-fi prototypes.
Understanding the User
I started my user research by interviewing some festival go-ers. Then, I made a persona to focus on the user's needs.
I continued my user research with card sorting. I wrote down key words and concepts from the interviews on post-its. Then, I had a user organize the post-its how he saw fit.
I started organizing data from the interviews and card sorting. From there I created a site map to help guide my wireframes.
I drew wireframes and used POP to understand the interactions. I tested my wireframes with contextual inquiries with three users. After I got feedback from the users I altered my design to work on design mockups. Play with my wireframes!
These are some of the final mockups. I made my final prototype can using Invision. Interact with my prototype!