Workload Migration Platform Case Study
System for database management and server migrations
Our client was developing a refreshed version of a server migration management application. In order to be more transparent and user-friendly than what was available in the outdated edition, he needed a layout to be redesigned completely.
The business needs
Our approach to the process
We worked in design sprints as part of agile methodology, which was consistent of 7 phases.
We began by research and analysis for the project, so we could get the most out of the business need. Data that we were backing up on, were collected from business analysts, as well as from our meetings with stakeholders’ clients.
Planning & Ideation
With all gathered information, we started preparing a plan and sub deadlines.
Ideation phase was the first one of the looping steps, during which we have created first sketches on how the visualizations should reflect the requirements.
At this point, we prepared the first mockups and lo-fi wireframes. It was another circular point of the process that after the next phase we were coming back to, in order to create improved designs and finally more interactive mockups.
We were conducting systematic workshops with stakeholders. Each meeting was aimed at creative problem-solving and verification of assumptions. The mock-ups were shown to the client, so he could have been in control of the product vision at all times.
After all the updates, we moved to the testing phase. The user experience was the most important thing for us, and the target audience was to verify if the design meets the needs of real users.
We made a few more adjustments and the app was ready for the further step.
We gave over the mockups and protocols to the development team, and we were supporting them all the way with insights they needed. We also provided feedback on the production version to make sure everything was looking exactly as we planned.
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The main goal of the project was met. The application interface was modernized. We created 5 mock-ups of the modules, and the interface provided the minimum information necessary for the process (from the very extensive backend, we created a frontend that showed only useful points). The use of the App and efficiency of work increased due to simplified structure and clear design.
This was the 3rd version of the software, and 90% of users considered the current design better than what they had utilized so far.
Tight collaboration with business and users helped to create a product with enormous layers of UX and UI, with overall rating of the prototype on 8.5/10.
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