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Experience Mapping Practical

WORKshop. by Dominika Potuzakova. Today’s Agenda. What we will do today!. 7.30 – 8.30 Lecture. 8.30 – 8.45 Break. 8.45 – 9.15 Sorting out the user findings . 9.15 – 10.15 Creating the Experience map & finding opportunities.

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Experience Mapping Practical






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Experience Mapping

Practical

WORKshop

by Dominika Potuzakova

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Today’s Agenda

What we will do today!

7.30 – 8.30 Lecture

8.30 – 8.45 Break

8.45 – 9.15 Sorting out the user findings

9.15 – 10.15 Creating the Experience map & finding opportunities

10.15 – 10.45 Presentation of the opportunities

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What is Experience Flow?

‘It's a design tool that helps in finding the new design and business opportunities for either an innovation or re-design’

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What can you use the Experience Flow for?

To map users' experiences

To understand the design context

To find the (re-)design opportunities

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Principles to follow when making the Experience Map

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Principle #1

It represents the experiences from multiple perspectives (e.g. patient,

family member, caregiver).

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Principle #2

It pays attention to the sequence of experiences.

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Principle #3

It focuses on the first person view, instead of the third person view.

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Principle #4

It has enough detail to represent the real insights, but it also requires enough overview to make it visually

engaging.

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Principle #5

It

combines past experiences with future possible

opportunities.

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Principle #6

In an ideal situation the representation is dynamic in order to be able to make adjustment during stakeholder workshops.

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Example of Creating the Experience Flow Model

Cancer Patient Use Case

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Final Visual Experience Map

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Experience Map user findings

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"Raw" Experience Map with user findings

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How do we start?

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#1 Target users and stakeholders

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Pacient

Rodina

Doktor

#1 Target users and stakeholders

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#2 Map process from user findings

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#2 Map process from user findings

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#2 Map process from user findings

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3

Match users' insights with the process

Patient's

comments

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Process of the oncology care

Patients' findings

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3

Extrapolate the user experience

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4

Find the opportunities

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5

Describe your opportunity for (re-)design

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Procedure:

Select context/Create a goal (last week)

Interview Stakeholders

(last week, maybe this week if necessary)

Extrapolate findings & observations from the user research

Create an experience flow based on the findings & observations

Gain more insights if necessary/Fill in the gaps

Analyze the flow & spot the business & design opportunities

Present the map & opportunities & reflect on the workshops

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Contact me

Do you have any questions?

Contact me via:

dominika@domi-logic.com

Thank you