Mobile Application Data Measurement Report
A mobile application for ordering data measurement reports based upon user GPS location or through manual address entry. Implement streamline ordering process and dash. The redesign initiatives necessitated access to and storage of all data measurement details and information with the property-centric organization system.
EagleView Technologies, Inc.
My role on the project was end-to-end designing app user experience.
- Research, Google Analytics, Survey
- Conceptualization, wireframes, mockups
- Information architecture
- Interaction and gestures activities
- Rapid Prototyping
- Mobile and tablet design patterns
- Asset management
- Development, UX testing, bug prioritization
SurveyGizmo, Photoshop, Axure, DNN, Balsamiq, Excel, CSS/HTML, Fireworks, TFS/Jira (3 scrum teams)
External Users: Insurance Adjusters, Appraises, Examiners, Contractors, Homeowners
Internal Users: Customer Service (CS), Client Relations (CR), Sales, Marketing, and Operation teams
- Run Excel data manipulation in analyzing the survey result
- Analyzed users orders: Desktop vs. apps
- Studied Google Analytics
- Drafted survey questions
- Studied users requests
- Interviewed Users
- Interviewed Stakeholders
Review details screen
Features: product selection, filter property type,options for adding user images, add add-ons, product in other formats: dxf, xml, rxf, special instructions, order review, submit
An interactive UI for filters: Completed, in progress needs attention, closed, by details, search. order number, data address, product name
An easy to navigation system for a functioning order process: user account, order, setting, search
User experience and Interaction - order history screen:Status, needs attention, in progress, completed, order product type and format, add, remove, or editing images
User interface elements on order history screen:Color, filter, search, accordion, icons, sort
Worked with 3 international Scrum teams on the development phase.
Design document, UI assets, redlines iTune
UX testing, bugs, support launch