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Mission Statement

To bridge the gaps between skincare recommendations, product information, and skin detection devices to allow users to easily create and follow personalized skin care routines in an accessible way.  




Brief

Duration: 4 weeks  
Collaborators:Joanne Cho, Vanessa Wong, Chen Liu, and Jiayi Zheng 
Role: UX Designer and Coder 
Tool: InVision, Pen + Paper + Cardboard, Adobe InDesign, 3d Printer. 
Skills: UX Design, Interaction Design, Needfinding, Interviewing, Prototyping, UI design. 



The Challenge

Skin is the body’s biggest organ in size that acts as a protective barrier between your insides and the rest of the world. We wanted to tackle this different facet of health as a way to promote self-care and wellness, which are important aspects of one’s health. Skincare is a very personal thing that can help not only with physical health, but also in mental and emotional health to relieve stress and increase overall feelings of wellness.  



User Research: Online Research / Field Work

We conducted online research on existing skincare related applications as well as existing physical prototypes to gain a better understanding of what’s in the market so far. During this research period, we found several applications that were relevant but most catered to a single aspect of skincare- checking skin’s condition, understanding products, or getting reviews and advice. For example, some applications catered to acne only (MD Acne), others focus on revealing ingredients in products (ThinkDirty), and yet others act as advice forums to provide information on certain products as well as conditions for users (mySkin). Most physical prototypes were scanners that indicate skin condition- we chose to keep this functionality. We chose to target beginners as we found a gap in the market for an application that catered to true skincare beginners and narrowed our application’s foci on checking skin’s condition and getting reviews and advice to make personalized routines.



Personas

personas




Moodboard

Moodboard

Storyboard

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Storyboard-1

# 2 

Storyboard-2

# 3 

Storyboard-3

Screen Design

Screen sets 1
Screen sets 2



Design Spec

design Spec



Physical Prototype

prototype



User Testing

usertest




Poster

Poster




Prototype

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