A strong framework needs to follow a process.
Here are the five steps you need to take to successfully story frame:
Categorise your users
Define your moment ingredients
Understand moment types
Set behavior goals
Craft your stories
Knowing Your Users
Who are your users?
The users are your audience before we start we try to understand our user's much like not wireframing without having an idea of what the end product might be, so as a tool we begin to story frame once we understand our users or our client's users.
Space (canvas) that is presented to the designer is challenging, to say the least, we need to design an environment that is easy to use, understand, navigate and intuitive. This is easier said than done, and to achieve that goal we consider every pixel on that screen and make sure to maximize the impact of the giving space but without cluttering it.
Testing our web, mobile apps and product designs, to quickly incorporate user feedback. Hear what real users have to say—and see them interact with the prototype—with live video and audio recordings.
Give us insights that we couldn't get otherwise, the user experience is the ultimate test and is our final step in the creative process.
ALLURE BEFORE AND AFTER CORP