RoleUX Research, Prototyping, Usability Testing, UI Designs
As a tool of choice for millions of business customers worldwide. I decided to take a closer look at how employees use it at different organizationin order to propose changes that would improve productivity and the general user experience.
A project management system is a means of managing a project by planning, organizing, and managing its different required aspects. Depending on the sophistication of the project management system, it can include:
I looked out for some users who may have been faceed with the challenges of using in-efficient tools for their day-to-day activities. I had some interviews with friends and some other people outside my area who use task manager. I also interviewed the workspace owners and asked them about their problems, needs and wants. With all the collective inputs, I observed some common problems like:
Design strategy refers to an integrated planning process that examines the relationship between how design and business may complement one another. Simply put, the goal is to merge the business objectives with creative solutions
User-centered design (UCD) is an iterative design process in which designers focus on the users and their needs in each phase of the design process. In UCD, design teams involve users throughout the design via a variety of research and design technique to create highly usable and accessable products for them.
The Dashboard page was designed to accomodate 90% of the task the user wants to perform in the office environment, this includes: See co-workers workload, Nearest events, Projects assigned, Activity stream, and other easily accessable navigations.