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Task Flows for the Task Analysis

Website wireframe

Here is an overview of the wireframe of the treinkonijn.nl website we’re going to build. Download the PDF file for a high resolution version.

Download wireframe PDF.

Task analyses

Used Media

In order to make proper task analyses, we discussed which media we use in project “Treinkonijn”. The resulting list, with a short explanation to each individual medium, can be found below. All media have been categorized in Printed matter, Digital matter and Physical matter.

Printed matter

Poster
We use two different poster designs. One displays our logo and the website-url www.treinkonijn.nl. The second displays a photograph of the construction area, a fictitious bunny and fictitious commuters all photoshopped together. From now on we will refer to the first poster as Poster Awareness and to the second poster as Poster Photoshoot.

Flyer
A small fold-in flyer displaying our logo and website-url can be found inside the Metro and Spits.

Placarded train
The trains passing by at Delft Central Station are placarded with our logo and website-url.

Placarded bus
The buses in Delft are placarded with our logo and website-url.

Physical matter

Rabbit
The rabbits have different sizes, shapes, materials and colours. On the rabbit the website-url can be found if you are really close.

Viewpoint
The viewpoint appears when the rabbit has left displaying our logo, the website-url, taken pictures from the website, posted comments from the website.

Digital matter

Camera
A camera can be both a low quality phone camera and a high quality professional camera or anything in between.

Smartphone
For smartphone users applications need to be developed.

Website
The website consists of several pages through which you will also cross, mainly being:

  1. Finding information
  2. Uploading photos
  3. Discussing with other commuters

Interaction

Because several media have the same function we will cluster them together in awareness, temptation and participation. The first two media are rather passive, whereas the other media require an active effort and input from participants.

Awareness

Media: poster awareness, flyer, placarded train, placarded bus

Users should be able to…
… Recognize and remember the logo
… Read http://www.treinkonijn.nl

Temptation

Medium: poster photoshoot

Users should be able to…
… Be intrigued
… Be tempted to copy

Medium: rabbit

Users should be able to…
… Recognize the rabbit
… Be intrigued
… Be enjoyed
… Be drawn closer
… Interact with it
… Read http://www.treinkonijn.nl

Medium: viewpoint

Users should be able to…
… Have a good view on the changes
… Read http://www.treinkonijn.nl
… View a photograph of the disappeared rabbit made by another participant
… Read a comment of the disappeared rabbit made by another participant
… Take a picture through the ‘Kodak-hole’

Participation

Medium: camera

Users should be able to…
… Take a picture of the rabbit and themselves
… Connect the camera to a facility with an Intenetconnection
… Take a picture of the changes

Medium: smartphone

Users should be able to…
… Take a picture of the rabbit
… Visit the website
… Log in
… Download an application
… View uploaded pictures
… View archives
… Upload pictures
… Comment on rabbits
… Comment on pictures

Medium: website

Users should be able to…
… Recognize and/or remember the logo
… Find information concerning…
… the meaning of the rabbits
… the possibility to take pictures
… the possibility to upload pictures
… the possibility to comment
… the possibility and advantages to register
… View uploaded pictures
… View archive
… Comment on rabbits (and register at the same time)
… Comment on pictures (and register at the same time)
… Upload pictures (and register at the same time)
… Add a title to their pictures
… Add a discription to their pictures
… Check which rabbit they found through an interactive map
… Hyperlink to http://www.spoorzonedelft.nl
… Register (name, e-mail and password)

Registered users should be able to…
… Receive e-mail updates on rabbits/pictures/comments
… Get a notification when their picture/comment will be displayed on a viewpoint
… Log in and then…
… Grade pictures
… See quickly what they haven’t seen before
… Modify their profile (name, e-mail, password, relation to spoorzonedelft, address, age)
… Review their personal collection
… Edit/remove their photos
… Edit/remove their comments

Rabbits!

Persona Part 2: Hans the Student

Poof! The alarm clock goes off at 7.00 AM. He´s still tired of his visit at the sportcafe Broekplein after his weekly Tuesday training. He gives himself five more minutes. Those five minutes become unintentionally 17 minutes. He jumps out of bed and starts to rush: his lecture about dike calculations starts at 8.45 and its now in danger! He quickly takes a shower, brushes his teeth makes himself breakfast for on the rode and he’s off on his bike to Leiden Central Station. Fortunately for Hans he lives not more than 15 minutes (10 is he’s in a hurry) cycling away from the station. He parks his bike in the cycle shed and walks hastened towards platform 8 where his train leaves to Delft. With a bit of luck he’s able to take the train of 7.53. He hopes that there won’t be any delays. It happened to him before: a ten minute stand still just before Station Delft, strange diversions in the direction of Delft university. But as soon as the train starts rolling Hans relaxes again. He turns on his I pod and and listens to the new music of Beesmunt. The whole travelling business early in the morning makes him feel drowsy: too much hastiness with too little sleep. He takes out the free newspaper the Spits and starts to read. When he reaches the centre page finds a leaflet with a white rabbit on it and a website address. What’s this? Www.treinkonijn.nl? Maybe it has something to do with the big rabbit standing next to the entrance of the new cycle shed. He’s been seeing those rabbits for a week now. But never bothered about them or that website. Maybe he should check it out sometime. He closes the newspaper and starts looking outside out of the train full of travellers to Delft, Schiedam and Rotterdam. He used to think it was really full of people in the train, all those people taking the same route every day. The first stations pass: Den Haag Hollandspoor and Den Haag Central Station. He wonders about which platform the train wile stop this time. Because of the construction works. Sometimes a rail track isn’t available for usage. The conductor speaks through the speaker that the train is delayed for approximately three minutes because of the construction works in Delft. This is old news, Hans already took those into account, because the construction is already a few years under way. Oh well, not going to be the first that enters the classroom. The train gets enters Delft: left and right the building site gets into view. Where the Bacinol was the foundations for a living area arise, the Bolwerk is being opened and there the city hall is being constructed. It is where his bike is! The underground cycle shed is already finished and in used. It was such a mess, bicycles everywhere. The positioning lines didn’t seem to work right. Hans gets out at platform three, a small diversion towards the cycle shed. The people leave en mass the train start walking towards their destination. Most of them get on the bus on the backside of the station. Some of the buses also have those rabbits on them. Ok, during his lunch break he’s going to check out the website. He sees the cycle basement, but what’s this? To his discomfort the work on the front of the city hall went faster than he thought. They’re fixing the area above the entrance which is now closed. Sigh, now what? He sees that the rabbit is also gone and the construction took its place.

There is no information available, only some rain spoiled papers with rain spoiled messages.

Later on during his lunch break Hans checks out the website and connects the dots.

Persona: Hans the Student

Persona 1. Student Gender Male Age 20 Residence Leiden working place Delft (university) travel behaviour weekday travel Hans, 20 years old, is already a third year student at the faculty of Civil Engineering at the Technical University of Delft. Hans has a close Group of friends from Leiden and as a consequence of the strategic location of Leiden in respect to Delft he chose to stay in Leiden. Furthermore he has little connection with Delft: sometimes he visites a party, but he has no ties with a kind of society (sport, social or study related). He plays football at the FC de Rijnvogels club and sometimes plays an away match in Delft at D.V.V. His heart lies in Leiden and he looks at Delft as a intermediate stage for an average period of seven years. For two full years now he travels from his home to the faculty of civil engineering. The following story can be told: Poof! The alarm clock goes off at seven o’ clock. Hans is still tired of last night because he stayed to long at the sports café Broekplein after his weekly Tuesday training He gives himself five more minutes. Unintentional those five minutes become seventeen minutes. Suddenly he wakes up and jumps out of bed: there is a lecture at 8.45 about dike calculations an he is about to miss it! He runs through the shower, dressing up, his breakfast and he’s of! Cycling to Leiden central station. Fortunately he lives not more then fifteen minutes away (ten if he hurries) away from there. He hasty parks his bike in the covered cycle shed and at a quickened pace he walks to platform 8. He does not have to buy a ticket, the public transport card saves him the time. Fortunately he is able to get take the train of 7.53 AM. He hopes that there isn’t going to be any delays caused by the construction works in Delft. It has happened to him before: ten minutes of stand still just before the station, strange diversions on his way to the university. But when the train starts rolling Hans relaxes again. He turns on his Ipod ands listens to the new music of Beesmunt. This ritual brings the drag of the morning, the drowsiness of the moment the cause of to much haste with to little sleep. He forgot the spits to have something to do along the way. Dreamy he looks out of the window, from a filled up train full of commuters to Delft, Schiedam and Rotterdam. He used to think that it was so full, every day so many people who take the train. There is time for this kind of thoughts. The first train stations pass: Hollandspoor and Den Haag Centraal. Which platform is it going to be this time? Because of the construction works it changes often. Sometimes a track isn’t available for the trains. The conductor speaks through the speaker about the train riding slower because of the works and that there is a delay of approximately three minutes. Hans took this into account, it’s old news. Well, than I’m not going to be the first in the classroom he thinks. The train approaches Delft. Left and right the buildings appear. Where the Bacinol stood now the foundations for the new buildings arise, the Bolwerk is exposed and you can see the city hall being completed. And that is where his bike is! The cycle shed is already in use for a few weeks now. It was such a mess for a long time, bikes everywhere around the station. the boundaries on the ground didn’t really work. Hans gets out at platform three, just a short extra walk. All the people leave the train at the improves platform at the backside of the station. Most of them directly take the bus. Hans has to go under the track towards the new cycle shed. He follows the road which he uses for the last four weeks. He’s irritated about the conditions the road is in: mudflows dirty his shoes, which he unsuccessfully tries to keep clean. He sees the cycle basement, but what’s this? To his discomfort the work on the front of the city hall went faster than he thought. They’re fixing the area above the entrance which is now closed. Sigh, now what? There is no information available, only some rain spoiled papers with rain spoiled messages. This is now way to give out information. What he can decipher is that this entrance is available next Thursday. That’s not useful for now. On his own initiative he walks around looking for someone or something who can help him. But the clock is ticking, its 8.33 and the lecture starts at 8.45. He is confronted with the dilemma: going back and taking the bus and missing his lecture or keep on searching for another entrance?


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