How did thinking in terms of shots and scenes influence your approach to communicating your design concept?

Breaking down the interaction between my two stakeholders (the menopausal woman and doctor) allowed me to focus on communicating the needs of both stakeholders while effectively communicating the functionality of my solution for both the doctor and the woman e.g. providing the doctor with relevant information and reassuring the menopausal woman that what she is experience isn’t uncommon.

What motivated your choice of storyline structure? Can you think of an exemplar from a film that use the same structure?

I can’t think of a film, but we structured our storyline to first outline the design problem in context (the woman experiencing hot flushes) -> moving forward to the doctors office where we focused on showing the Doctor UI (solution) allowing the doctor to provide effective healthcare -> after which the woman was presented with our Social UI (solution) and immediate relief as she realised that her experience isn’t uncommon -> ending with the woman interacting with the Patient UI (solution) at home to provide continued feedback.

What choices did you make about audience and style? Were they related?

We did not create for a specific audience as our solution is catered towards integrated healthcare, but the style was aimed to reflect how any patient no matter their age, gender, or health concern would be treated.

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