Problem

Statistics show that approximately 50% of all college students fail at least one class each semester. Despite the high percentile, only 14% of those students seek out some form of tutoring to help them improve.

Solution

Today’s college student prefers to have solutions at their fingertips. In an effort to reach the 86% who are not taking advantage of this all important educational aid, an app could be just the thing they need. The app will give them quick access to a tutor that is available at their convenience online or in person.

preview of app screens

Stakeholder

Teachers

“Some students need time outside of class and I completely understand.”

College Students

“My professors teach differently than I am use to, I need help on top of class.”

Grade School Students

“I have to look at information a few times to understand it.”

Feature Prioritization

Must

  • Availability
  • Hourly Rate
  • Should

  • Profile
  • Reminders
  • Could

  • Ratings
  • Deposit
  • Won't

  • Feed
  • Transfers
  • Empathy Map

    Déjánae is 19 years old and is a full time student working twoards a B.S. in Biology and a minor in Psychology. She is also a part time employee at a restaurant.

    Thinks

    Too Much

    Says

    Never Use

    Feels

    Organized

    Does

    Notes

    Thinks

    Work Sucks

    Says

    Help Me

    Feels

    Fail Anyway

    Does

    Sleep

    Thinks

    Graduation

    Says

    No Time

    Feels

    Unaware

    Does

    Cook

    Thinks

    Can't Learn

    Says

    Perhaps

    Feels

    Upset

    Does

    Work

    Style Guide


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    Wireframe

    The journey to the user’s session needs to be simple and quick; saving the student time and providing instant results. The target audience typically doesn’t have plenty of time to go through detailed surveys to find a match.

    booking screen opening chat paying signup

    Interface

    userflow