After considering feedback on the user experience design, your team should adopt three of the team-member's storyboards, or develop a new, derivative storyboards based on the team's work and your strongest product ideas.
Now, the goal is to further develop your product concept and to practice the 2-point perspective sketching that is typically used in product concept ideation.
Your work should be coordinated with your team to move the project forward,
but your sketches will be graded
Each team member will propose a more detailed conceptual design for each of the 3 product directions reflected in the selected storyboards. You many want to look an example (example a, example b, example c). Packaging may also be in scope if it is important to your product.
While working on the concepts, be sure to keep the user experience, human
factors issues, how things may work, and client
requirements in mind. Try to be innovative.
Each team member is expected to submit 3 concept sketches—your top embodiment for each of the three product ideas under consideration.
Prepare your submission
Prepare your concept sketches in a web page or series of web pages.
The submission instructions provide information about where your team storyboards will be located on the course website in case you want to refer to it in your concept sketch pages. Also, you should make an index.html page that links to your the 3 storyboards for the products under consideration.
See the results!