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Desktop Application
Define, Design

Record. Edit. Educate.

AutoTuto is a desktop utility software designed to simplify the process of creating tutorials for using various software applications and performing tasks on both the desktop and the web. It caters to new users who often struggle with the learning curve of software and need a user-friendly solution to create and share tutorials.



During this phase, the project team identified its primary goals, which included creating a user-friendly utility to aid new users in learning software and performing tasks, streamlining the process of tutorial creation, incorporating robust screen recording capabilities, and enhancing tutorial clarity through annotation tools. Comprehensive market research was conducted to gain insights into existing solutions, competitor products, and user pain points, while the creation of user personas helped pinpoint target audience needs and preferences, thus providing a solid foundation for the subsequent design and development phases.


The Design phase of the AutoTuto was centered around translating the defined objectives and user requirements into a tangible product blueprint. This phase involved creating an intuitive and visually appealing user interface with a simplified toolbar, user-friendly icons, and an intuitive workflow to facilitate tutorial creation. Additionally, the phase encompassed the development of a robust screen recording engine that could capture both desktop and web activities while optimizing performance. Annotation tools, including text, arrows, and highlighting, were carefully designed to enhance tutorial clarity, and a wide range of editing capabilities, such as cutting, trimming, and adding voiceovers, were incorporated to provide users with customization options. The phase also focused on enabling users to export tutorials in various formats and share them seamlessly through multiple channels, ultimately laying the groundwork for the software's development.

We introduced a brand-new calendar view for the timetable, providing comprehensive details about lesson schedules for each course. This view also includes information about the teacher, timing, and attendees for each session.



In conclusion, the AutoTuto case study illustrates the pivotal Define and Design phases of the project, laying the groundwork for the development of a user-centric desktop utility software. The Define phase established clear objectives, emphasizing user-friendly tutorial creation, robust screen recording, and annotation tools. The subsequent Design phase translated these objectives into an intuitive user interface and feature set, ensuring a seamless user experience. These phases collectively underscore the importance of meticulous planning and design in creating a successful utility software tailored to the needs of novices, educators, and professionals seeking effective tutorial solutions.