Wireframing Stage for Direct-to-Consumer Genetics Testing Web Portal Development
As the cost of genetic testing becomes more affordable each year, direct-to-customer (DTC) genetic testing services witness a rapid market growth. This has prompted the development of a website to support the business model of the companies that offer DTC genetic testing. We present a wireframing process as a part of the agile software development process to build a web portal prototype for an Indonesia-based genetic testing service called DNAku. It is part of the Agile Software Development Method. The wireframing stage resulted in three main important outcomes. The first one is the use case diagram as a blueprint of this web-based system. A site map is then proposed as an extended version of the use case diagram which visualizes the whole pages with the links. Finally, based on this site map a series of page mock-ups are designed using Hyper Text Marking Language (HTML) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). The result can be used as the basis for the next development stage, which is the coding stage.
International Conference on Eco Engineering Development 2020
Kians Azizatikarna, Deby Erina Parung, Dian Amirullah, Alam Ahmad Hidayat, Tjeng Wawan Cenggoro, Arif Budiarto, Simon Simon, and Bens Pardamean