Learning Goal: I’m working on a product design project and need a sample draft t

Learning Goal: I’m working on a product design project and need a sample draft to help me learn.greeting , i need help on a class diagram section of a project . About the project , it is a paid service . A financial advisor on stock market. Long story short this project aim to develop a model that predicts a market stock value , and gives the user of the service better insight of the market. I can share the use case ER , Functional requirements afterwards.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a product design multi-part question and need guid

Learning Goal: I’m working on a product design multi-part question and need guidance to help me learn.Create two group personas, could be 2-3 persona’s for a group. The persona’s are for people who are going to use online therapy service such as Betterhelp.com: The personas should have details about them, type of person, interests, why they would use the service and they can’t all be the same, below is the specifications: Persona name
A drawing or photo (if you use someone else’s image, you should include the name of the creator and the URL to a web page containing the image somewhere in your document)
At least 3 character attributes. These will vary based on your project. For example, if designing a music player, some relevant attributes might include favorite genres of music, places where the persona listens to music, interest in new music (high/low), use of headphones vs. speakers, etc. These are examples of attributes that might have a meaningful impact on your design – the attributes you choose should come from your data collection and your thoughts about your evolving prototype.
A list of common tasks performed by this persona.
A 1-2 paragraph description of the persona.
Formatting your personasYou should represent each persona via a 1-page summary document; we saw some examples of this in class. You can format this however you want. We’d love to see personas that are formatted in interesting ways, and that are easy to skim and read to understand the persona.Note that all personas from your group should be similarly formatted and contain the same information – you should spend time before creating the personas figuring out what information the personas should contain, and time afterward ensuring that personas are formatted consistently.Where do our personas come from?Your personas should be data-driven. In other words, the attributes and characteristics addressed in your personas should reflect the ideas and insights you gained from your user research. For example, if you were designing a music player, and your interview participants talked about how it is calming to listen to music while on public transit, you might include listening locations as a character attribute and create a few personas that show the breadth of this attribute (i.e., one persona who listens to music on transit, another who plays music on a home stereo).Your personas do not need to directly copy your interview participants (although they can). You can also mix up details from several different people into a single persona. If your persona does represent a real person, you should still give them a new name and photo to protect their identity.If you find you do not have enough user data to create the number of required personas, you can draw on your own experiences, talk to friends and family, or do some online research (e.g. for a music player, reading online reviews and discussion about the latest music player devices).Summary document (between 0.5 and 1 page)In addition to your personas, you should include a separate document that briefly summarizes how your personas reflect the data you collected. In it, you should write briefly (~1 paragraph) about your choice of persona attributes and where they came from. Then, for each persona, you should describe (~1 paragraph each) where you included details from real users (and note where that data came from)
Requirements: 1-2 pages   |   .doc file

Learning Goal: I’m working on a product design multi-part question and need guid

Learning Goal: I’m working on a product design multi-part question and need guidance to help me learn.Create two group personas, could be 2-3 persona’s for a group. The persona’s are for people who are going to use online therapy service such as Betterhelp.com: The personas should have details about them, type of person, interests, why they would use the service and they can’t all be the same, below is the specifications: Persona name
A drawing or photo (if you use someone else’s image, you should include the name of the creator and the URL to a web page containing the image somewhere in your document)
At least 3 character attributes. These will vary based on your project. For example, if designing a music player, some relevant attributes might include favorite genres of music, places where the persona listens to music, interest in new music (high/low), use of headphones vs. speakers, etc. These are examples of attributes that might have a meaningful impact on your design – the attributes you choose should come from your data collection and your thoughts about your evolving prototype.
A list of common tasks performed by this persona.
A 1-2 paragraph description of the persona.
Formatting your personasYou should represent each persona via a 1-page summary document; we saw some examples of this in class. You can format this however you want. We’d love to see personas that are formatted in interesting ways, and that are easy to skim and read to understand the persona.Note that all personas from your group should be similarly formatted and contain the same information – you should spend time before creating the personas figuring out what information the personas should contain, and time afterward ensuring that personas are formatted consistently.Where do our personas come from?Your personas should be data-driven. In other words, the attributes and characteristics addressed in your personas should reflect the ideas and insights you gained from your user research. For example, if you were designing a music player, and your interview participants talked about how it is calming to listen to music while on public transit, you might include listening locations as a character attribute and create a few personas that show the breadth of this attribute (i.e., one persona who listens to music on transit, another who plays music on a home stereo).Your personas do not need to directly copy your interview participants (although they can). You can also mix up details from several different people into a single persona. If your persona does represent a real person, you should still give them a new name and photo to protect their identity.If you find you do not have enough user data to create the number of required personas, you can draw on your own experiences, talk to friends and family, or do some online research (e.g. for a music player, reading online reviews and discussion about the latest music player devices).Summary document (between 0.5 and 1 page)In addition to your personas, you should include a separate document that briefly summarizes how your personas reflect the data you collected. In it, you should write briefly (~1 paragraph) about your choice of persona attributes and where they came from. Then, for each persona, you should describe (~1 paragraph each) where you included details from real users (and note where that data came from)
Requirements: 1-2 pages   |   .doc file