The quizzes were divided into four editions: two for CMU and one each for Pittsburgh and New York. This division allowed for a structured, easy-to-navigate website, focusing users on one quiz at a time. The website, 100-doors.com, was designed with user experience at the forefront, balancing navigational ease with engaging content.
Upon entering 100-doors.com, users are presented with a selection of quizzes, each corresponding to a different location. This initial interaction sets the tone for a user-centric experience.
They are then welcomed with an inviting screen that encourages them to embark on their quiz journey. This approach is designed to engage and orient users, making the transition into the quiz seamless and enjoyable.
During the quiz, users can easily track their progress through a prominently displayed progress bar. Additionally, immediate feedback on their responses enhances the interactive experience, keeping them informed and engaged.
Upon completing a quiz, users are presented with their scores, offering a sense of accomplishment. This feature also seamlessly guides them to the next quiz, fostering continued engagement and exploration of the website’s diverse content.