Here are some quick ideas for how to make a law ninja character.
I prototyped several possible ways to build a law game app. I did this in a low-fidelity way, by sketching out storyboards and game interfaces with pen and paper. In Prototype 2, I have a selection of types of games rather than 1 type –a variety of interactions –you as the judge evaluating a text, you and a crossword, you … Read More
As I test more of my apps (and become less embarrassed and flustered while getting over my natural awkwardness), I am trying to be more systematic about gathering feedback. I wrote up some notes on how to show an app and get good responses about a game app: Things to remember – Let the user start at the home screen, … Read More
I am sketching out where to be moving: what the next stages for Law School Dojo apps should be. I’m thinking to move towards a non-law student market — for people who are interested in law for their own personal use (knowing your rights regarding landlords, police, online privacy, neighbor disputes, etc….) and for their entertainment (watching Law & Order, … Read More