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degree project : education system : process_week 6

degree project : education system : process_week 6
March 13, 2015 nick howland

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Alright, wireframes = Check. I went through and mapped out each task scenario in my notebook, then jumped into digitally creating the wireframes with a little more fidelity and detail than I usually would.

The scenarios include:
• iphone : making a progress post
• iphone : scheduling a meeting
• ipad : participating in virtual crit
• ipad : leaving feedback via process post
• desktop : using floating messenger / notebook