Before the global pandemic, it was usual for golfers to input their scores on a touch screen in the locker room, or submit a physical paper scorecard to the Match/Handicap Secretary. With locker rooms closed for the foreseeable, and physical scorecards or touch screens off limits, some clubs tried to get around this by asking golfers to text/email their scores. This was obviously incredibly time consuming and labourious.
As this was a fairly straightforward project with an industry standard scoring system we went straight to white boarding after user interviews. The aim was to make the design fairly simple and uncomplicated for phase one so that it could be implemented quickly.
From the initial sketches, we wireframed the solution and tested it with some of our target users, using the feedback to create the final high fidelity wireframes.
After the first phase of the scoring feature was released we conducted some user interviews and came up with a list of additional features for phase 2: