Understand interactions in "doodle"
We put blank papers and pens at 5 places, including outdoor and indoor buildings. Initial drawings were added to call for passengers to create content.
After 3 days, we took back the papers and analyzed people's doodle behavior and patterns, concluded insights for design.
Color and text are mixed in doodles
Identified common patterns
Interactions among authors
Signature symbols are found
Navigation between draw and social
Land with drawing tools
Call for drawing action.
Hidden social feature.
Consistent navigation access Highlight access to social feature
Confusion between bookmark and personal profile
Slide view with CFA button
Exposure to social contentPrime personal profile in a social setting
Call for drawing action
How to draw on a phone?
We invitated people to do user enactment, in order to find a default way of drawing. We let them use two different AR drawing technologies followed by interviews. In the end, we found the traditional way should be prioritized.
Google AR: Just a Line
Drawing experience is entertaining
Not accurateExaggerated action causes embarrassment
Traditional Screen Drawing
Easy to control brush Drawing is more recognizable
Screen is limited in space
How to engage users?
What may go wrong?