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Design Challenge

Design a website to promote DocuScope, a tool that analyzes and visualizes language. The design goals for this site are to announce that DocuScope exists, inform users what it does, explain how they might use it, create a relationship with them, and promote client research and book.


In the Content pane, there are two tours for writers and researchers that explain "what does it do" and "how does it work." The site needed to explain DocuScope to researchers since their goal is to classify and distinguish between genres and researchers want quantitative support for analytical arguments. Writers want clearly defined support for iterative self evaluation.

There is a section for users who want to try DocuScope which solicits their contact information for the future release of the application.

Research Methods

Design Methods

Evaluation Methods


  • Competitive Analysis
  • Contextual Inquiry
  • Design Metaphors
  • Design Language
  • Think Aloud Usability Testing
  • DreamWeaver MX
  • PHP
  • Illustrator
  • Photoshop

User Study Report | Final Presentation

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