We worked on a proposal to Jaguar Land Rover for a commuting app. I worked with one of our business analysts, one of our partners and our sales director on the concept and the Chelsea Apps Factory offer. We created a concept to rideshare to/from work for JLR employees, view routes on map, view bookings, get notifications and so forth. We won the proposal and JLR started working with us around innovation in car sharing and car owning solutions.
Chelsea Apps Factory created 3 native iPad apps for the food retailer Waitrose. The apps are Wine Scanner, Never Out of Stocks and Daily Numbers. I was part of an agile team and worked on the UX and UI design.
Waitrose Wine Scanner is an in-store kiosk iPad app where the customer brings a bottle of wine to it and scans the barcode. This brings up wine details, tasting note, wine specialist video, food match and user generated content. The kiosk app was launched in 7 Waitrose branches in 2014.
Never Out of Stocks is an internal iPad app for Waitrose staff. Branch managers and staff members log in to their Waitrose branch and while they go through product stocks in the store shelves, they update the system with the current stock status.
The responses from Waitrose were brilliant, for instance Mark Slater, branch manager at Welvyn Garden City, reviewed it with:
Have been looking at this app this morning, it is excellent! By far the best app and most user friendly app we have for Waitrose.
Daily Numbers is also an internal Waitrose app. Managing partners and branch managers log in to any Waitrose branch to view metrics on the dashboard around sales, wastage, availability and stock management. The users are able to drill down from department, section, sub section and so forth. The feedback of the app was very positive, see the attached chat with Waitrose branch managers!
After being part of creating a series of iPad apps at Chelsea Apps Factory I put together a compendium of iPad design patterns. Inspiration was found in iPad apps in the wild, design blogs and the Apple human interface guidelines. I created, organised and wrote this resource, which is not only useful to fellow designers but to all co-workers in the app creation.
We had a hackathon at Chelsea Apps Factory during Halloween 2014. We were divided into 5-6 teams and our team decided to make an app for enterprises where the user is able to give recognition to a colleague who's done some nice work. I sketched the UX quickly on pen and paper with the team and then created the UI and started to feed the developers with style and assets. Since it was during Halloween we decided to put a twist on the app and make it a Halloween edition. Our app won the hackathon with the prize of getting to make the app into a complete build.
Major Trauma Decision Tool (MTT) is a tool for paramedics to quickly asses signs of a patient's injury, so they can take appropriate actions. Since time is crucial in ambulance situations we decided to create an app that's very easy to use, with legible font sizes and easy navigation.
Bulletins App is a news board to update all London Ambulance Service NHS Trust staff with the latest news in the industry.
For Android the target devices are Google Nexus 5, HTC One and Samsung Galaxy and for iOS they are iPhone 5C, 5S, 6 and 6+.
For Kantar we created an Android Tablet app based on their existing iPad app. The app is an internal Kantar app to find subsidaries and products in various markets, sectors and expertises. The target devices are Nexus 9, Nexus 7 (2013) and Nexus 10. The style guidelines specifies fonts, colours, UI elements and object dimensions.
From August 2015 to April 2016 I led the UI design for KPMG USA APM Tool. It's the most prominent project at CAF in terms of revenue.
I created the visual elements and style guidelines for the whole tool in collaboration with KPMG Audit Senior Managers and KPMG Director User Experience KTech Mobility.
V1 was delivered in spring 2016 and below are some reactions in the pilot study with KPMG Senior Auditers.
- - Wow, this is really different, cooler look than our other tools, definitely looks more advanced.
- - Man, the dashboard alone is awesome.
- - The Milestone module is so easy.
- - This is really intuitive, I could figure things out for myself, I really hate reading user guides, and really just don’t have time for that, so this is great.
- - I really like the visibility we’ll have on the specialist budget, we’re going to make IRM use this tool.
- - This is the coolest tool, I am really excited to use this.
At Pactera Shangai I led the design process with wireframes, user flows, workshops, user testing and interactive prototypes. Also worked on the UX team proposition. I collaborated daily with graphic designers and developers in the creation of UI design and builds for our various products.
The user testing resulted in us reducing number of steps, improving the copy and improving the graphics. We produced new UI screens and prototypes targeting and attaining Sony Japan's requirements. We designed two versions of everything, one for the Japanese ISDB-TS system and one for the American ATSC system.
We ran usability testing on the Chinese Staples e-commerce website. Special attention was put on usability concerning displaying and buying products, the search function, registering and users’ sense of safety in completing a purchase. 13 participants were tested at Staples Shanghai office for around 60 minutes each.
The design was improved for the launch of Staples website in 2013, especially around the search functionality and completed purchase information. In doing so we enhanced the task completion rate, overall user satisfaction and conversion rate.
When working at Mobile Life Centre and Sodertorn University I created a design research project called Express Location, Supporting Coordination of Mobile Delivery Work. It's in collaboration with Ericsson Labs using the concept of their geolocation technology. The app lets 2 users communicate directly on the map around the users geographic positions by drawing and using 'drag-and-drop' objects.
Sketches, wireframes, user research, personas, workshops, information architecture, site maps, flow charts, user journeys, typography, colour mixing, iconography, layout & composition, design patterns, style guidelines, asset slicing, interactive prototypes, animations, usability testing, responsive web design, native apps, Android and iOS.