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The goal of the feasibility study was to deliver business and user-centered requirements and a proposal for adapted implementation for the new Learning Management System to replace the currently centrally offered learning and collaboration platform.
During several workshops business impact map was built with business impact, target groups, needs, capabilities and functions.See the full business impact map
With the business impact map in place, the next step was to produce a number of concept sketches
that can be evaluated in how well they meet the requirements and the aim that the map expresses.
The sketches are at a fairly high level with a focus on relevant details and in different forms: Low-fi prototypes,
"Click-through" prototypes that, among other things, describe mapping between workflows and information architecture,
Interactive prototypes that illustrate and test the interactive behavior of a future system.
Common to all the sketches is that they are relatively quick and cheap to produce and evaluate.
This makes it possible to evaluate a number of different concepts.
Next step was a “Proof of Concept” to test technical challenges
and solutions that have emerged in the work so far.
Later after I ended my employment at Stockholm University the work started with a new project
to buy a software that could be modified according to the requirements from this feasibility study.