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Neighborhood Watch prototype (storyboard narrative)

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Neighborhood Watch prototype (storyboard narrative)

  1. 1. Neighborhood Watch by Team LookOut (Team #2) Assignment #4 HCI 430 Thomas Brophy Prof. Steele Joseph Howerton 1.31.2011 Kevin Meyer James Schmitz Joseph Steinkamp
  2. 2. The Neighborhood Watch Mobile Application Neighborhood Watch is a community awareness app that encourages citizens to "Check In" at trouble spots in their neighborhood. Using the gaming model of apps like Foursquare or Gowalla, users can become “Mayor” of a location and earn participation-based “badges.” The goal is to reduce crimes or minor problems in an area, and generally, make neighbors aware of what's happening in their community.
  3. 3. Homepage Logged Out • The user accesses the Neighbor Watch application platform, and sees the home page in its logged out state. • User is presented with the options to Log-in to their profile or to Become a Member. • Other information included on the home page include: Recent check-ins and Top Members • User clicks on Log in. • User has the option to Add a Watch Location or View Neighborhood Map. Both will deliver the Log in Pop up screen to the user.
  4. 4. Homepage Show Log-in • User has clicked on Log in, the page grays out as the user is presented with a Pop out to enter their member e-mail and password. • User provides their member e- mail and password into the Log-in box and clicks Log in.
  5. 5. Homepage Logged-in • User has logged in with their user ID and password, and is directed to the application home page in its Logged in state. • User has the option to Add a Watch Location or View Neighborhood Map. Both will deliver to the user the Log in Pop up screen. • The screen will provide the user with their user profile details and the ability to view their Profile, as well as Edit their profile. • Other details include, this users recent check-in activity, the community’s top members, and the most recent check-ins documented by other members of the application’s community. • User clicks on View Neighborhood Map
  6. 6. Maps First Screen • User “lands” on the map Screen, and is presented with their location that is “detected” through GPS, and then plotted on a map that includes all neighborhood activity. • User has the option to add a location to the neighborhood activity map that is in need of checking, view their profile, and edit their profile. • User is presented with a detailed list of Places in Need of Checking. • User clicks on Add Location.
  7. 7. Maps Add Location • User is presented with the Add Location screen, with a textbox to add the location – address or intersection – of a neighborhood trouble spot. • User can also specify the type of crime activity that is occurring, and the type of neighborhood activity that is going on around that location. • User enters an intersection called Lake and Wabash into the textbox, and further tailors it by clicking on Loitering and Graffiti. • User clicks on Submit. • User can also upload a photo or video of the activity, and include the approximate time – start and end – that the crime activity occurred.
  8. 8. Maps Add Location • User is presented with a pop up, with a textbox that is populated with the location of the new neighborhood trouble spot. Other details will include the Crime and Neighborhood activity. • User reviews the Add Location details, and clicks on Confirm to submit the new crime activity details into the system.
  9. 9. Maps First Screen • User “lands” on the map Screen, and is presented with their location that is “detected” through GPS, and then plotted on a map that includes all neighborhood activity. • User has the option(s) to add a location to the neighborhood activity map that is in need of checking, view their profile, edit their profile, and log out. • User is presented with a detailed list of Places in Need of Checking. • User clicks on My Profile.
  10. 10. View My Profile • User lands on the My Profile details page, and is presented with their user information, their recent neighborhood check ins, and places in need of checking in. • User is presented with options to Add a Watch Location, View Neighborhood Map, edit their profile, and log out. • User clicks on Edit Your Profile.
  11. 11. Edit Your Profile • User “lands” on the Edit Profile screen, and is presented with the details of their account profile information. • User makes changes to their account data using the text boxes, and clicks on Save.

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