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Training & Sales App

Samples of interface wireframes

Nov 2011

Client

Ford

Responsibilities

Interaction design

Description

Imagination pitched to Ford to produce a set of tablet based interfaces to support their growing Asian market. The brief was to create an e-learning platform to inform, inspire and test sales staff knowledge. Along side this was a sales tool to support the staff and provide rich content about the products. The final interface was to assist the hand-over process post-purchase.

We had a week to put together the presentation.

My solution, taking in factors such as budget, time and on-site infrastructure, was to merge the three interfaces in to a single product, built in HTML5, to work across multiple platforms.

Using a single log in and homepage the staff would be able to access which ever option they required. The different options were designed around a common template and assets so that once the user had completed their training they would immediately be familiar with the sales tool.

For presentation I created three user journeys, one for each core use-case.

Kitbuilder

screenshot from site

Mar 2010

Client

Nike

Responsibilities

Interaction design

Description

The brief for this project was to update the UI of Nike Football’s Kitbuilder – an online application for designing custom kits.

To do this I updated the interaction design to accommodate the addition of the ball to the product selection process. I also had to rethink the way in which the system handled image upload for the team badge and sponsorship logo to make the experience more user friendly.

In addition to this I redesigned the back-end system providing a simple intuitive interface for local business units to edit the product catalogue along with the creation of new new stores across the globe.

dotMailer v2.0

screenshot from site

Jul 2007

Client

dotMailer

Responsibilities

Lead visual designer, interaction design, web development

Description

Having not changed since launch, the email marketing tool, dotMailer, was in need of a refresh. I was given the role of wireframing the new interface and interviewing stakeholders, users and developers to document the requirements and functional enhancements.

Once I had the wireframes complete I started on the visual design. The brief was to bring the product right up to date,using a clean web 2.0 style approach based on the existing colour palette. Once I had created the initial visual concepts I handed over the designs to a member of the design team to see the process through to launch.

Rosetta V1

Screenshots of the original Rosetta Platform

April 2002

Client

LexisNexis

Responsibilities

Lead visual designer, interaction design, web development

Description

As the third member of the newly formed UX team to be hired in the UK, and only visual designer, I joined up with two IAs to start work on the ‘Rosetta Platform’. We kicked off by teaming up with a small team from Serco to sketch high-level wireframes.

From these I developed a range of visual concepts, which once user tested, were narrowed down to the final look and feel.

Within a few months the team grew dramatically as the project picked up pace and the first release was around a year and a half later. The product was initially released in 4 countries and with 5 subsequent releases it is now available in 8 countries, in three different languages. The scale of the project was immense, involving hundreds of product managers, project managers, user experience specialists and engineers.