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    Hi, I'm in Year 9 at the moment and in Computing my class is doing a project that is creating an app and marketing it. We need to talk to our target audiences, and my app is targeted at University students who could do with some help managing their money, to make sure they don't run out whilst studying.
    Here is my Interview template:
    A) Simple questions about their personal background
    a. What is your name?
    b. What is your age?
    c. Where do you live?
    d. What occupation do you have and where?
    e. Who lives in your household?
    f. If possible, take a photo of your user (at the end of the interview)
    B) Check if your problem sequence map is correct
    a. Show the user your map of your problem, step-by-step
    b. Are all these steps correct based on their personal experience?
    c. Are any steps missing or too much?
    d. Change your problem sequence map based on what the user tells you
    C) Outcomes/ user needs at each step of the process
    a. What key outcomes do they want to achieve at each step?
    b. Ask them to phrase the outcome in the following format: “minimise/ increase [unit, e.g. time, money, frequency of sth] [outcome desired/ need]
    D) Current solutions/ problems faced
    a. How to they solve the problem today?
    b. What stops them from achieving their needs today? What specific issues do they face?
    c. How unhappy are they with current solutions? Why?

    I need five people, and if you are at University I would be very glad of the help.
    All the best x :-)
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