Friday agenda

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Understand our audience

  • What are they thinking? Feeling? Saying? Doing?
  • What do they wish they had? 
  • Where might they use it? 
  • What else is competing for their attention? 
  • What problem are they trying to solve? 
  • What motivates them? 
  • What expectations do they have?

Identify common personas

  • Roles:
    • Administrators
    • Educators
    • Tech Coordinators
    • Staff Developers
  • Attitudes:
    • Enthusastic
    • Overwhelmed
    • Skeptical
    • Neutral
  • Abilities:
    • Tech-savvy
    • Mainstream
    • Haven’t a clue and know it.
    • Haven’t a clue and don’t know it.

Envision the use case scenarios 

  • What are the typical ways users would interact with the DLC?
  • What are the desired outcomes of their interaction with it?
  • What do they hope to achieve by visiting it?
  • What behaviors are we hoping to elicit?
  • What challenge or obstacle is removed by using the DLC?

Outline the core features

  • What features are represented by the primary user scenarios?
  • Which of these are missing from teach.oetc.org?
  • What existing tools already provide a similar solution?
  • If it could only do five, three, or just one thing, what does it absolutely have to do? 

Describe outcomes

  • What will change from creating the DLC?  
  • How much does this matter? 
  • What does success look like?
  • How will we know?  

Catalog the “knowns” and “unknowns”

  • What are prerequisites to engineering a solution? 
  • What dependencies does our requirements/design document create? 
  • What ways can we reduce complexity to increase the success of the DLC?

Identify next actions

  • Summarize our day’s work
  • Review who’s doing what next
  • Drink