Verusen, Inc. // Atlanta, Georgia
Network of Materials & Reporting
AREAS OF FOCUS
IX Heuristic Evaluation
I created the reporting UI screens for On Hand, Excess, and Service Level data across an organization’s material inventory. As a part of this effort, I also conducted a heuristic evaluation of the platform which included plans to include service level data allowing the application to scale for future roadmap enhancements.
These reports help the customer see how their organization as a whole is performing with their inventory optimization while being able to drill into specific plant performance.
Part of the Network of Materials, I created process flow charts to plan for potential solutions for providing a big picture view of all materials across an organization.
The Information Architecture (IA) mapping helps plan each piece of data that needs to be on the individual reporting pages, both on the aggregate organizational view and also the plant specific views.
The wireframes cover each type of reporting Verusen provides within the platform.
They show some simple data visualizations and contain a progressive disclosure strategy in order to show more detail for specific materials and plant locations.
Visual Design & Interaction
PLANNING FOR NETWORK
I created versions of process flow maps to diagram out interaction and step-by-step screens from clicks within the UI for the network of materials within an organization.
Showing organizational hierarchy and structure helped play a role in determining how all the data and information interacts with one another
PLANNING INTERACTION INTEGRATION
IX/UX Heuristic Evaluation
I conducted an IX / UX heuristic evaluation on each page of Verusen's application where Service Level data could be included and how access points into Service Level reporting can be added into the UI.
I detailed out what functionality and interaction is currently in the application, then detailed out the enhancements to the interaction to include service level.