Last week we introduced key screens for our core utility app designs, and we’ve been sketching key journeys ever since to unpack these concepts further.
Whereas the key screens communicate the overall, high level concept of an app, outlining key journeys is a design technique that gives us a feel for how users can accomplish a typical task when using the app.
For today, here is a closer look at the Calendar concepts key journeys
Remember we are still in the sketching and wireframing phase, visual design will come later and undoubtedly steer the design further!
We need something real to touch and poke, that we can test and improve – so don’t hold back as this is a great time to start prototyping!
* Picture of “Anna Olsson” used under Creative Commons from Isabel Bloedwater.
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