PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Hype Event App

Designing an human-centered event app for college students to get hyped!

Type

UX Case Study

Date

July 2020

Human centered features

Event calendar (88%)

Events displayed by calendar and list views.

Filtered search (74%)

Events filtered/sorted by unique features driven by the data from students on which top features might encourage or prevent them from going.

Event reminding (72%)

When joining an event, it will allow students to set multiple common reminder intervals or set their own custom reminders.

Events from one department/group/person (60%)

Department pages allow the same functionality as the home page but specific to only one department.

Comments, discussions, FAQ (58%)

Quickly ask questions about the event and have it added to the FAQ so the same questions wont be asked over and over. Have a discussion about the event with others who have said they are going to it.

Additional Features

Minimal barrier to entry

Browse events without having to register. Only register when joining first event.

Save events & get reminders without commitment

Save events into your own personal list and get reminders for them without having to commit and say you are going to it.

See what events your friends are going to

Communicate with friends, departments, or other students

Try it live!

The final high-fi prototype is available for you to mess arround with on InVision Studio!

Competitive Analysis

Research

Results from the responses of 50 students at Central Washington University

Positive event characteristics

Negative event characteristics

How students keep track of events

Top 5 features they want

User Persona

Brainstorming

User Flows

Sketching

Wireframes

Style Guide

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Hype Event App

Designing an human-centered event app for college students to get hyped!

Type

UX Case Study

Date

July 2020