[UX Design Exercise] Miriwoong

WHAT

Miriwoong language is categorised as critically endangered, with fewer than 12 truly fluent speakers remaining. The wisdom and culture of Miriwoong people can only be truly understood through the language that has been used for thousands of years to teach it. Hence, as the Miriwoong language has been forced into obscurity so too has the culture and identity of Miriwoong people. This is a design exercise to see how can I showcase my skills to do a digital solution for Miriwoong community.

Existing Miriwoong app: iOS, Android
Detailed design exercise description can be viewed here.

HOW

As this was a design exercise, with minimal resources, I tried to choose my users for app review and user interview to match the persona as close as possible so that the result would not be deviated much and still got the ball rolling. I did researches about Miriwoong communities to know more about them via Miriwoong website, blogs and social networks (with #miriwoong).

Original deck can be viewed here in Google Slide

Amy Cheong is a software engineer at Tigerspike and she’s also interested in getting herself busy hands-on with personal projects. Here is her Twitter, LinkedIn and personal website.

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Current: Product Manager at Workmate • Always Software Engineer.

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Amy Cheong

Amy Cheong

Current: Product Manager at Workmate • Always Software Engineer.