PSU.GD Screen Experience Prototype Questionnaire

Describe what your interface does in 2 sentences or less.
This interface would inform users about the PSU.GD program and allow them to navigate relevant information pertaining to their involvement/experience with PSU.GD. This interface would act as a way to draw attention through a physical and visual representation of the PSU.GD community.

Who would use your interface?
Students walking near the art building, potential future students, members of the graphic design community, and potentially PSU administration.

What would they hope to gain?
Users would discover information on upcoming events, video content, and get a general idea about the PSU.GD atmosphere/environment in a delightful, fun way.

What is the context/environment in which people will use your interface? Would it be used in public/private? Alone or in groups?
The interface will be publicly available to use by people near the Art Annex. It’s best used as a single person experience to draw users into finding out more info about the design program and what happens within the annex, but can be experienced as a group.

What sorts of physical items might a user have to interact with?
The user will be able to interact with the interface using touch and motion tracking gestures to navigate data and information displayed on screen. There may be the additional options to interact with the screen using your phone to access information on the go instead of in front of the screen.

What questions do you need answered about your interface to see if it is necessary or effective?
Are these interactions meaningful to you as clients/potential users? What types of interactions might you want to see? Would you rather see playful, game-like interactions, or more informative, “meaningful” interactions?

What information would be more important to you if you were a prospective student? What information would be most important to you as a current student?

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