TeamSouth- Trenton Revitalization Campaign

Elevator Pitch

Elevator Pitch

Design Briefs

Trenton Business Revitalization Campaign

User Personas and User Stories

User Personas

User Stories

Task Diagrams and Content Map

Steps to Complete User Tasks

Task Diagrams

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Content Map

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Paper Prototype

Paper Prototype

Testing Script and Improvements

User Testing Script

Lists of Improvements

Digital Prototype

Digital Prototype


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Property Owner Pages

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Property Renter Pages

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Learn and About Us Pages

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Property Form

Google Form Property Form


TBRC Documentation

Style Guide

TBRC Style Guide

Final Presentation

TBRC Final Presentation

Alternate Functional Prototype

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Live Preview

Alternate Final Webpage Files

Alternate Style Guide

Team Members

Chris Raia –

Rebecca Popper

Gabby Johnson-

Dalton Ackerman –

TeamWest-Clean Trenton Waste Removal

Design Briefs

Clean Trenton: Using Waste Collection Data to Empower Citizens and Enhance Their City

User Personas & User Stories

User Persona

User Stories

Task List and Steps

Steps for setting up schedule notifications

Diagram/Content Map

Content Map

Paper Prototype

Paper Prototype

User Testing

User Testing Script

Test Subject Info Sheets and Feedback

Prototype Update

Digital Prototype 


Documentation 1.0

11/16/15 Wireframe Updates

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Design Guidelines

Design guidelines PDF

Final Presentation


Team Members:

Austin Merritt –
Alex Padrón –
Tyler Philburn –
Lucy Clementoni –
Joe Dente –

TeamEast – Trenton Cycling Revolution


Michael Lore – Web Development –

Kristina Fasulo – Graphic Design –

Phil Treu – UX/UI Design –

Jackie Vandewater – Content Producer –

Elevator Pitch

Many people in Trenton don’t have access to a car so they use a bicycle for transportation. However, information regarding biking events and routes in the city is often hard to find. Our goal is to make that information easy and convenient to find and use, while also highlighting local landmarks to encourage people from outside the city to come and enjoy a bike ride, hopefully stimulating the local economy and helping to remove the negative connotation often associated with the city.

Design Briefs

Trenton Cycling Revolution

User Personas & User Stories

User Personas and User Tasks

User Stories

User Steps & Diagrams

Planning a Bike Route

Attending a Biking Event

Updating the TCR Website and Sending out Info

TCR Website Content Map

Image Prototypes


Paper Prototypes

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Test Script and Possible Improvements

Test Script/Improvements

Revised Prototypes

Events page

Landmarks page

Map page

Project Documentation


Design Guidelines

Design Style Guide


TCR Presentation

TeamNorth – T-Recs ROAR

Team Members and Email Addresses

  • Elizabeth Davis –
  • Jon Sofo –
  • Shelby Kuster –
  • Isabel Bryant –
  • Coral Rudnick –


Design Brief on the Knight News Challenge


Visual Design Guidelines

Design Guidelines

User Personas and User Stories

User Stories

Content Map


Paper Prototype Gallery

Test Script

Introduction: “Hello and thank you for taking the time to test our prototype for the T-Recs ROAR program.”

Test 1: “Please take a look at our poster advertising T-Recs ROAR and tell us the steps you would take to sign up for daily notifications.”

Test 2: “Please take a look at our poster advertising T-Recs ROAR and tell us the steps you would take to sign up for weekly notifications.”

Test 3: “Please take a look at our poster advertising T-Recs ROAR and tell us the steps that you would take to see where the location is today.”

Test 4: “Please look through the messages that you have received and tell us the steps you would take to receive the options for messages. Now tell us how you would stop receiving notifications.”

Improvements for Prototypes

  1. Make the flyer easier to read and what to do next.
  2. Make the number to text on the flyer bigger to draw more attention to it.
  3. List all of the text options on the flyer and on the first text message received.
  4. Delete the QR code – we aren’t using this anymore.
  5. When we send a notification of cancellation, give the next days event.

Digital Prototypes

Flow 1
Digital Flow for Text Subscriptions 1

Text Message Demos

 Final Presentation

Final Posters

A Gallery of images for the application:

A Gallery of images for the Visual Guidelines:

Visual Guidelines PDF


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Finalized Flow for ROAR
Finalized Flow for ROAR