Below is the small presentation given in class on friday, March 2nd. It goes over the latest infograph style and how it works. It then transitions into my three(ish) scenarios.
Degree Project. Wireframes + Reliability Graphs.
First, My Infographs
So my search for the perfect infograph style continues as I work on my wireframes for my scenarios. The infographs have gone through many reimaginings since last friday, and have settled on a more direct approach visually.
I will leave the scenarios to exist in the presentation above. All of my scenarios run together to form one full use case, trying to cover the main parts of the website. It starts within the reliability website, here you get see activity happening within the website.The user clicks on "Graphs" and searches for immigration to find the most reliable article. It takes him to the article on the website. The user opens up the reliability plugin to rate and review the article. The user then opens up the article rating in the website to see a more in-depth look at the rating. They look at the sources, the website's rating, and then the reviews by the users. From here the user finds another user who posted a review that they like. The user goes to the other user's profile, looks over their profile and information, and ends up following them.