04 Prototying and testing —
Users Assessment and Iteration 2
Which task should I start with?
Insight: During the test, participants said that it was difficult to find their tasks to be completed, and meanwhile, the process at the bottom of the page would bring interference to users. In addition, when users set their tasks, they do not refer enough to the task arrangement of their colleagues, which is inconsistent with the idea that we expect users to choose the work to be carried out according to the degree of task coordination.
Refinement :#1. I removed the folded form of the user task list to select tasks directly on the current page without unfolding the list. #2. I removed the redundant process section to simplify the display content of the page. #3. When the user hovers over a task, the same tasks of his colleagues are highlighted to help the user collaborate better.
Is this my colleague's private time?
Insight: During the test, users will assume that colleagues will be free after they finish their tasks. Users will choose this personal time to ask about work matters, disturbing the colleagues' personal lives.
Refinement :#1. I identify the display outside of the user's work on the schedule page so that the user can know everyone's status at any time #2. I prioritized the more important focus mode at the top, encouraging users to set their focus task #3.Add a personal status display on the personal page, so users can easily know each person's status without clicking on each person's avatar.
How do I adjust my task status?
Insight: In the test, the user mentioned that they would adjust the status in the process of work. The entrance of the status setting page in the navigation bar did not conform to the user's operating habits, so it was not convenient for the user to switch the working status.
Refinement :#1. Users can click their avatar to adjust their task status quickly.