Simple Project | Three Weeks
Created UI Surface
Team Member: Zainab Guizani
The purpose of this project is to help a music app that has a strong user base but none of them are willing to ‘’ for their subscriptions, I thought this would be an interesting challenge.
The research portion of this project has brought a lot of insight. In the first part of my research for this project, I checked into other apps that use music as their primary use. I have come to realize that if you ‘pay’ and the more you ‘pay’ as a member you get more benefits as a user. There are also more than enough options to help users with different income backgrounds.
People who are in families and single users have a lot of benefits when it comes to subscribing. As for when it comes to students, there need to be more benefits for those types of users because they are living on a budget from month to month and usually benefit from other friends or family subscriptions.
So I have concluded that when creating new wireframes, I need to be very inclusive about the AI for subscriptions so that they are willing to pay. Using the content that I have researched to my advantage.
Process from Paper to Completed Creation
To start the process of this project, I created a simple route map. The purpose of making a route map is to give me the visual advantage to make sure that I have thought of every scenario that goes into wireframing such an app.
- From there, I started creating my first rough draft.
- After that, I started my first set of interviews.
- When completed, I took all their constructive criticism and made my final draft.
Round 1 Insights
- The first set of interviews really liked where I was going with the subscriptions
- Some even liked the ‘Family’ subscription
- It was also really accessible
Round 2 Insights
- The second set also thought that my subscriptions were really good
- One specifically told me that the prices were reasonable
- Another one really liked the ‘Parental Lock’ that was added to the ‘Family Plan’ for the
- My last interview pointed out that the benefits for some subscriptions were off but I was able to change those.
To conclude, this project was great practice in understanding the different types of information architectures.
I also got to see from the interviews what the general public liked, didn’t like, and their overall interests when it came to subscribing for membership.