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)
LOVELAB proposes a parallel of scientific experiments method and uses it to further the development of conflicts in a relationship. As their main aim, it tries to rebuild the relationship story taking into account common memories to have an offset point that lets couples solve fights and enhance constructive dialogue through the remembrance of past knowledge.
Lovelab delivers an analogy of the Scientific Method to build and boost the user experience in the application. Each of the pages of the application displays one of the steps of the scientific method and drives the user to test their methods to resolve their different conflicts through test, failure, and learning.
Express a question that covers the whole topic.
Execute a deep search in the previous investigation in the databases available.
Build a hypothesis that reflects the possible cause and answer to the problem question.
An experiment is performed that aims to solve the problem and react to the hypothesis.
Corroborate if the different tests of the experiment solve or not and answer the question.
The showed data is analyzed to verify and attach the respective conclusions.
The outcomes are shared to be searched in the future if they have new questions.
Find pending and completed discussions, the profile, settings, and a search box.
Upon entering in the “Action” option, a screen is displayed to describe the new problem.
Write their arguments in front of the problem.
After writing the arguments, each of the couples writes their hypothesis.
Ensayar las posibles soluciones para ver si resuelven el problema, deben subir fotos, videos o notas.
After having several reports, when writing the problem, the "Help" option appears if help is needed.