- Describe what your interface does in 2 sentences or less.
A barbershop mirror that allows customers to preview cuts live on their head (or face) before actually getting it cut by the barber.
- Who would use your interface?
Barbershop customers and/or barbers.
- What would they hope to gain?
Confident commitments and exploration to haircuts/hairdos before getting them done.
- What is the context/environment in which people will use your interface? Would it be used in public/private? Alone or in groups?
Inside barbershops, between the customer and his/her barber.
- What sorts of physical items might a user have to interact with?
A touchscreen on the mirror glass, or possibly a controller/track pad on the barber chair so the customer can use the mirror while still sitting.
- What questions do you need answered about your interface to see if it is necessary or effective?
I’m wondering about the distance between the mirror and the customer as they are sitting in the chair. Will he/she be able to reach the mirror to touch it? If not, should I put some sort of controller that will allow the user to use/navigate through the interface while he’s sitting? Or will this just be used by the barber who is already standing?