Verusen, Inc. // Atlanta, Georgia
AREAS OF FOCUS
I lead the design efforts for creating the Inventory Recommendations interface. This page of the platform features current stocking levels of materials within an organization and Verusen’s stock level recommendations based upon material usage and trends over time.
This went through a number of iterations after gathering user needs, requirements, and feedback.
The beginning stages of the inventory recommendation cards started by talking and meeting directly with customers to understand their needs and the data that will help them make informed decisions to better manage their materials' inventory.
Along with customer feedback, there were multiple sessions analyzing data and how it performs together in order to create a full story with current and past inventory data.
After developing an understanding of the data needing to be presented within the UI, the user workflows, and feedback of their needs, I put together various wireframes that best accommodate the user requirements.
Transitioning from basic ideation sketches, I created hi-fi wireframes of different versions for the recommendation cards in sketch.
These wireframes were all presented to the customer directly in order to receive feedback.
After the wireframes were finalized, I moved into applying the full visual design.
These mockups were the MVP, version 1, of the inventory recommendation cards.
1st & 2nd Redesign
The recommendation card design went through a 2 revisions and redesigns to accommodate more data that needed to be presented into the card as more customers across different organizations grew in the customer base.
The card went through a final redesign as even more data was added into the card to make an even more informed decision on materials' inventory across the customers' organization.
This redesign provided more data visualizations to break up the monotony of rows of data within the UI. This card also utilizes a progressive disclosure UI to show even more granular detail through certain contextual links.