Category Archives: Design, usability and mockups

Mock up MVP of online boxing website

a website that teaches boxing online during the covid 19,

-prototype must be done using marvelapp
-deliverable must be submited posting the link of the ‘play’ button to see the final result
-design must be realistic, so no ‘default components’ will be considered as  a good job
-workflows must be complete and closed. make sure a user can go back from any step and you don’t let any button/link/menu tab without interaction

Evaluation criteria:

– evaluate the level of the design. The more custom and realistic the better
– evaluate the navigation of the web/app. Complete flows are a must
-evaluate the usability of the web/app. Make sure you put the elements where the user expect to find them (i.e: menus on the top, copyrights on the bottom, etc)

CANVA TOOL graphic design

Using as examples the following ones:

And using CANVA as a tool,
Create an infographic explaining the content shared in the  the ‘Personal Management’ slides attached objective is to explain how to plan your work better

E-Learning videos

We have to make 5 videos each video has to be more than 2 minutes it has to be you teaching something. I will have to put my voice in it and I will do that but I just need u to make the videos for me for my idea Ill be teaching KG students my ideas are
video 1: abcds
video 2: numbers
video 3: spelling easy words
video 4: writing easy words
video 5: writing a sentence with the words taught

Interactive Algorithmic System

Design and execute an original interactive algorithmic design that explores creative behaviors. Your design should demonstrate your ability to use programming as a creative tool. The work must not be a video game and the code submitted in A3 cannot be based on the code submitted in A1. Your design should draw on the theories and concepts discussed throughout this course.

Topics covered:
for loops/ nested for loops
random/noise function
images – blending, pixel walker
browser inputs -sliders/GUI
classes/ constructors

human computer interactions research project

10000 words research report on a particular government web platform, research needs to be done from usability and user experience standpoint. A project topic and proposal will be provided along with a research structure outline. Harward referencing style. I am looking for a reliable expert in the IT field to write quality research in a timely manner.

Use case model / Component diagram / Deployment diagram

1. Study the repo of shopizer (, clone, install, build and run the product.

2. Create and submit the following documents (in pdf format):
(1) Use Case Model: This document must contain

(a) a UML use case diagram showing all major stakeholders and major functions as use cases;

(b) simple explanations of each use case as flow of events;

(c) for each use case, write at least 3 user stories, i.e. scenarios,  that can be used as the starting point of implementation.

(2) A Component Diagram: This document must model the major components within Shopizer and their relations;

(3) A Deployment Diagram: This document must model how the major components  should deployed.

JavaFX Application Stage/Scene Wireframe

In this assignment, you will design and create the wireframes for each of the application screens. The organization has a template application that they use for any custom GUI applications using JavaFX. Using the CapestraApp template application from the file linked in Resources, create the layouts, labels, input fields, and buttons for each of the screens based on the designs you created in Unit 1. Refer to Loading the Project (linked in Resources) to see how the template file is set up.

Assignment Instructions
Follow the SRS document and your designs to prepare the application for its first release. Only the form elements need to be added in for this assignment. The functional components do not need to be implemented, as they will be created later. You may utilize a simple layout scheme for your design. Since the login screen and employee list report screens are already created, you can use the existing code to build the designs.

Extract the application and database templates from the file.
In NetBeans, go to Open File, Open Project and locate the Capestra app folder.
Click Open Project. All of the files associated with the template will be available.
As you add in your code, include inline comments and/or block comments to explain what the variables and what they are being used for.
Create the following screens with their labels and input fields:
“Add Customer” screen.
“Place Order” screen.
Report screen for customers (only include the label and text field for the customer ID).
Submit your application in a .zip file by 11:59 p.m. on Sunday of this week.