As a team, simply map out ideas for your trivia game based on your team's interest and the potential value (or impact) the idea may have with your target audience. There are no strict rules on how to do this. You simply want to entertain all the ideas and begin to evaluate which ideas have the most promise. Idea Map Template
Each team member will create a unique interaction storyboard concept based on your understanding about the stakeholders, the trivia code, and a health topic. Each concept (interaction storyboard sketch) should contain four screen sketches that represent the welcome screen, question screen, correct answer feedback, and incorrect answer feedback.
Your goal is to have several unique design concepts (even though they address the same trivia topic) to consider as you move forward. You will be able to get some feedback during your proposals on these different ideas.
On why to sketch: Etch A Sketch: How to Use Sketching in User Experience Design Check out the first part of this video. This video provides some nice sketching techniques too.
❏ Deliverables Create a team idea map and collect your team's storyboard sketches into a single document or slide set.
✓- Below Standard
✓ At Standard
✓+ Above Standard
Storyboard sketches were completed but only brought a vague understanding of the team's initial ideas.
Storyboard sketches were clear and presented concepts that will positively influence upcoming design work.
Storyboard sketches represented exceptionally clear and detailed concepts, that provide continuity with the research and provide great launching points into upcoming design work.
Idea map demonstrated some effort in thinking about potential directions, but lacked rigor or did not demonstrate a collaborative mindset.
Idea map demonstrated creative thinking and a collaborative mindset coupled with a simple analysis of each idea.
Idea map demonstrated creative thinking and the team demonstrated a thoughtfully open process in their generating diverse ideas without judgement followed by a agreeable method of analyzing each idea's potential.