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  • Martin Rariga, almost 4 years ago

    Hey Nick – good work in terms of functionality.

    I got a question – was it necessary to replicate real-like looking alarm clock? I mean, I had no idea I should click on the buttons.

    In reality yes, analog buttons on products are super intuitive. On the web it can be handled much better. It really took me time to figure out the functionality.

    But – I like the wireframes and it could be seen you put some solid thoughts into it for sure, so maybe just play with the UI itself a little bit more?

    Thanks for sharing your work anyway!

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    • Nick Bewley, almost 4 years ago

      Nope! Not necessary, but figured it would help me stand out in terms of the deliverables I produce. The design exercise was for hardware, but the position is for UI, so illustrating my UI/Product skills in the context of the hardware design project may have created some confusion.

      The point of the post was to start a conversation around Design Exercises, which I think are complete bullshit.

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  • , almost 4 years ago

    Requirements

    Contraints: • Instructions must be visual • Only 3 buttons

    Functions: • Set the time • Set an alarm • Turn alarm off / on.


    What do you think about the deliverable (1-10)? Why?

    Thanks for your feedback!

    Prototype: http://nickbewley.com/prototypes/clock/

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