HiveWise is a web-based decision-making tool that helps crowds develop a wider range of out-of-the-box solution ideas in a way that has not been possible before. People gather online to solve complex and contentious problems by posting questions, answers, arguments, and ratings in a collaboratively authored “map.”
Creating an onboarding experience that changes visitors to users. Also, redesigning the UX for the whole site so that users fully understand the capability of the system.
Software created by: Mark Klein, Principal Research Scientist, MIT
of past users felt that the aesthetics of the interface discouraged people from engaging with the platform
Teach users through exercises
past users cited the inability to quickly gain context surrounding a topic or argument as a major pain point
HiveWise is the re-branded re-design of an innovative crowd-storming software formerly known as the Deliberatorium.
Timeline: 12 days
Methods used: Axure, Sketch, Photoshop, Illustrator, Keynote, and Pen & Paper
Clients who have already used HiveWise:
past users felt that there was too great of a learning investment required of users
This sets HiveWise apart from the competition
Collect basic information
Home page ideas
Tremendous room for growth and opportunity
The organization of information isn't
laid out in the most user friendly way
Areas of focus based on client's needs and research
Companies with great onboarding
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Training wheels + best practices
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WHAT IS HIVEWISE ANYWAY?
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HiveWise - Crowd-storming software