Early this year, I said yes when a friend asked me to join their UX side project team.
It took us around six months to wrap up the whole thing — from the discovery phase to testing our prototype, so we named our team Unom, which means “six” in our native dialect.
Why six months? All three of us were busy with our put-food-on-the-table jobs. Excuses, right?
For this side project, my responsibilities revolved around user research, creating the testing plan, and taking care of the microcopy.
If you’re curious ( I know you are!) how it went, take a ten-minute break and give the case study a quick read: A UX Case Study: Rose Pharmacy Customer Queue Management System.