Number 6, Problem statement. Problem statement is that statement which actually fuses all the aspirations, goals and frustrations from the persona mapping into one line. Now we need a problem statement because if we don’t know exactly what the persona wants we will never be able to design for that particular persona.
So what is a problem statement? Well, a problem statement looks at the persona mapping and the user journey and culminates the recordings into one useful line, so the problem statement is actually divided into four parts, the first thing is who, who is giving the statement? The name here, number second is what does the person do? Number three is what does the person want? And number four is why does the person want that service or product?
I think we will understand persona mapping by actually looking at a proper example. So let’s get down to it, so here I have a real problem statement the statement reads as shweta is a design student living in pune who wants food and ice cream to be delivered to her house where she and her friends live because she does not want to venture out for ice cream cravings at night, in this case shweta is the who, where shweta as design student living in pune it clearly states her location, this is very important if we have a different city here whereas the business is actually in different city this would not make sense to me, then what does she wants? She wants to order food and ice cream online and wants them to get delivered to her place.
Lastly, why? Why does she want that? Because at night, which is one of those times when you actually want to have an ice cream, she does not want to go out with her friends just to buy or have an ice cream. Probably she does not feel safe, probably she does not have her own vehicle and it is difficult to get vehicle at night, so for a brand to actually create an UI which would be properly responsive to shweta it is important to have problem statement and design according to the problem statement, please feel free to create your own problem statements form the user persona and user journey mappings that you have created for your brand. Every single persona needs one problem statement so the number of personas you have created you would have the same number of problem statements.
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A problem statement is a well-defined statement of the specific problem that is being addressed. It also includes the objectives and constraints that are being considered by the team.
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A problem statement is a one-sentence statement that describes your problem. It can be used in a variety of situations, such as writing an essay or presenting to a group.
Here are some examples:
I am afraid of flying and I need help getting over my fear
I want to learn how to make the perfect cup of coffee
I am trying to lose weight and I need help keeping on track
A problem statement is a concise and clear description of the problem that is being solved. It can be in the form of a question or an answer. Problem statements are also known as "stakeholder statements" because they are typically written for internal stakeholders, such as managers, employees, customers, etc., who will use them to make decisions about what needs to happen next and how to prioritize their efforts accordingly.
It's important for a company to have a well-written and compelling problem statement. A good one helps them think about their audience, their competition, and how they can be different from everyone else.
A problem statement is a concise, clear, and concise statement of what you want to accomplish.
Some examples of a problem statement are:
I want to be able to learn how to play guitar.
I want to make a cake for my friend's birthday.
I need help with my taxes.
I am an entrepreneur who wants to start their own business.
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i think there should also be some visual question.. instead of theory