As a beginner, it’s helpful to start with something you do routinely in the lab. Your top-of-mind intuition and knowledge of that process will help you focus on learning Riffyn, rather than learning a new scientific process.
Good starting points might be the assays that you apply to cell culture samples or reaction samples, material preparation, cell culture procedures. Don’t worry if you frequently change in the number of samples, reagents or reaction parameters — those types of day to day changes can be easily accommodated within your process templates and experiments.
We also recommend keeping things small and simple for your first process. You can iteratively add-to and improve on your process as it evolves. And you can always link processes together later in a modular way (like Lego bricks). So simplicity now will not hurt you later.