STRATEGY | UX
STRATEGY | UX
Sara Echeverry Angel, Alejandra Molano, Juliana Sanchez Mosquera, Camilo Andrés Rodríguez Casas, Christian Urrego and Catalina Zabala Rodríguez
Camilo Andrés Rodríguez Casas (Brand and UX)
The app uses a scientific experiment methodology to explore and develop conflicts within relationships. By reconstructing the couple's story and highlighting common memories, LOVELAB provides a starting point for constructive dialogue and helps couples navigate future disagreements with past knowledge. The goal of LOVELAB is to enhance communication and understanding between partners, ultimately strengthening their bond.
Lovelab uses the Scientific Method to guide users through resolving conflicts in their relationships. Each page corresponds to a step in the method, encouraging experimentation and learning. This structured approach helps couples strengthen their relationships through thoughtful problem-solving.
Start by formulating a question that covers the whole topic.
Conduct a thorough search of available databases and sources to gather relevant information.
Based on the information gathered, develop a hypothesis that reflects a possible cause and answer to the problem question.
Design and execute an experiment that aims to solve the problem and test the hypothesis.
Evaluate the results of the experiment to determine whether the problem has been solved, and whether the hypothesis was correct.
Analyze the data collected from the experiment to draw meaningful conclusions.
Share the outcomes and conclusions, to inform future research and help address any new questions that may arise.
The main page displays pending and completed discussions, user profile and settings, and a search box.
To start a new discussion, click on the "Action" option and describe the problem.
Write your arguments in support of your position on the problem.
Each couple writes their hypothesis for how to solve the problem.
Experiment with the possible solutions by sharing photos, videos, or notes.
If needed, the "Help" option will appear after several reports have been submitted while writing the problem.