UC Berkeley Mobile Course Editor (2018)

For my User Interface Design course at UC Berkeley Extension in San Francisco, we had an assignment to design and prototype a replacement UC Berkeley Course Editor mobile app design. With my team members, we storyboarded a typical course editor user flow for both an instructor view and student view. I used the official UC Berkeley color palette and font family for these final designs using Sketch.

 
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Login Screen

This is the first load screen that gives the user options for logging in.

 
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Welcome

This is the Instructor screen that gives the option to either edit classes or personal profile information.

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Instructor Preview

This is the admin screen for the instructor profile, where the user can edit his/her information and publish.

User Flow Sample Screens

Upload Personal Photo Admin Screen

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Upload Course Editor Image Admin Screen

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Selection Screen for Uploading Photo(s)

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From concept to execution..

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As a class, we were required to create user flow pen-and-paper prototype screens to map out a typical user journey for the app. Here are a couple samples of what we were able to come up with in this preliminary design phase. After we agreed on the final renderings, I was the primary designer for my team in translating them to high-definition digital prototypes as seen above.

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