I really enjoyed looking at your graph! I thought it was really interesting using the sleep app to compare your total time asleep to your deep sleep – great choice in variables. I also thought it was interesting seeing that compared to the number of times you woke up during the night. I wonder though if there is a different way to convey that information. Having it as the dots connected by the line is a bit confusing and I had a difficult time understanding why the dots (number of times awoken) were connected (because the line from one dot to another implies some sort of relationship between the different nights). Also, just on a minor note – there is a small word choice error on the right hand side – it should be “wake” up times, not “weak” up =).
I really enjoyed getting to see your raw data at the bottom of the graph – it was interesting to go from the table form to the graph. I’m not sure it was totally necessary though, you probably could have left it out just for simplicity.
Thank you very much for your advices. I think I can improve it in the next time!
Hi Yan, I love the story boards here, though unfortunately I can’t quite read them. I like the clarity of the pie chart, and the more personal story gives a good balance of quan and qual data.
I love the storyboarding idea – it’s almost like a comic. Unfortunately this web presentation doesn’t do justice to it and I’m having troubles to see all the details… Did you build the persona based on the receipts or did you come up with it after the interview? The persona is imaginative, am I right (since there’s no 26-year-old British lassie among the Dethnos :))? What made you profile her as an ethnographer :)?
Nice storyboard and drawings! But as some other people already said, the dialogues are a bit difficult to read and understand. I would have preferred the drawings to occupy the majority of the space and not the actual receipts and pie charts, as I think your drawing tell a better story.
I really like the use of thought bubbles and different “camera” angles in the storyboard as well as excellent detail in laying out the scene. It is very good to see the raw data, the story and the graphs together. It might be interesting to incorporate the raw data in the storyboard, which would also keep a more consistent visual representation!
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