1. Test Participants 7 people 1. Sammi 2. Melene 3. Yunji 4. Arie 5. Ivan 6. Sonya 7. Kaity Oct 21, 2014 Oct 22, 2014 Oct 24, 2014 Oct 26, 2014 Oct 26, 2014 Oct 26, 2014 Oct 27, 2014
2. Scenario Image you and your partner are living together, but you are not married. Since you and your partner have income gap and different money concerns, it comes out some argument about joint expenses. It hurts your relationship. You want fair money contribution, but you dont want to split bills every time. Therefore, you start to use C-saw to monitor you and your partners money contribution by recording joint expenses in an easier way.
3. Task 1 Sign up and pair with your partner Goal This is your first time using C-saw, so you want to create an account and pair with your partner who has not used C-saw yet. Description Create an account and pair with your partner
4. Design Sketches Design Changes 1 1 2 23 4 - Changed the task content - Moved the sign up button to the middle - Use phone number as user name instead of email address
5. Task 2 Set the Fair Contribution Rule What kind of money contribution is fair for both of you? The Fair Contribution Rule setting will help the seesaw to calculate two peoples contribution after re- cording expenses. You want to contribute 30% and your partner contributes 70% on the rent; you want to contribute rests of categories evenly. When you finish the setting, go to confirm with your partner. Finish the Fair Contribution Rule setting and confirm with your partnerGoal Description Instruction
6. Design Sketches Design Fixed Drag - Dont need to enter your income - Named this setting as Fair Contribution Rule - Changed the contribution from fraction to percentage - Changed the UI design of how to modify the contribution by dragging the bar - Renamed confusing categories - Added a confirm action
7. Task 3 Mark two credit card transactions as joint expenses Since youve already synced your credit card to C-saw, you want to mark two of your credit card transactions as joint expenses. Mark following two credit card transactions as joint expenses. Your two joint expenses are: Target [category: Shopping] Restaurant [category: Eating out] Goal Description Instruction
8. Design Sketches Design Fixed Pop-up dialog 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 5 updown - Deleted the credit card icon on the main page - Use pop-up dialog to lead the user enter the page - Removed words which make users confuse, such as split - Use Mark transactions to joint expense instead of recode a card activity - Added the check box (Picture#2)
9. Task 4 Add a cash expense manually You have a cash expense, so you want to record this expense manually. Record a cash expense Amount:$10.00 Merchant: Lees Cafe Category: Eating Out Expense (Cash/Check): Cash Goal Description Instruction
10. Design Sketches Design Fixed Pop-up dialog 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 updown - Added a new function: you can record the expenses for your partner - Need to create a profile page (click the head picture will go to profile page) - Removed the dashboard which is under the seesaw
11. Task 5 Redeem your love reward points You got love point from recording joint expenses. You can get reward from your partner. Redeem your love point and get a free service ticket from your partnerGoal Description
12. Design Sketches Design Fixed - Put love reward point on the main page - Changed the content from customizing the app theme to getting reward from partner - Changed word coupon to ticket - Emphasize the gift box which the user has enough love point to redeem
13. Task 6 Rate partners wish lists item Your partner needs your opinion! Go to check what your partner want to buy and let them know what you think. Give a feedback to your partners wish lists item Like your partners wish lists item and donate them $5.00 Goal Description Instruction
14. Design Sketches Design Fixed 1 2 - Removed the donate button from the item page - When user like it, the pop-up dialog will ask them if they want to donate their partner - User can swipe right to see other items - Added a check mark on the right-top to let users know they are done.