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I was part of a small team alongside David M. / Adam Z. / Jayson W. / Leigh W. / Paul L. / and Laura M. I was responsible for the research, Sketches, Flow diagrams, Wireframes, Prototypes, interaction design, visual design, and branding.
Also being part of the three workshops and the whole process.
Digital design for high fidelity mock ups, strategy for new concepts, Ideation workshops and brand/creative strategy documentation, Specialised broadcast news graphics
Engaged in the ideation, art direction and new strategies for BMW site. My responsibility was to bring the brand to the next level of creative interactive communications. Managed to redefine the status-quo that meant a radical new style of communication.
UX, contextual interviewing, interaction design, personas and provide the right direction for wireframing, Validation for designs and UX.
I found through the interviews, the primary objectives to create the flow diagrams and Exception diagrams for the platform context.
I led the pitch team and responsible for the UI design of the Website. I lead the UI work, producing all major deliverables and presenting these to the client.
What I did to make sure the experience create enjoyable and emotional connections with BMW website. Here are some key features.
Imagery is one of the most powerful tools of engagement online shopping and connectedness. Customers buy cars because they love what they see.
All the terms and conditions will be in front of you without small print. Fewer form fields = greater conversion.
Customers love their cars. Therefore, they prefer to visualize it in the entire process.
Starting on the same page
Meeting with key stakeholders into the workshops finding the right answers helped us to understand their business challenges. Together we identified risks and aligned on expectations and constructed a shared vision for the Website.
To differentiate ourselves in an already mature and competitive market, we needed to define a desirable role for the website. We were thrilled by the opportunity to create something more meaningful.
Working in a collaborative culture
We opted for a lean approach that emphasized rapid sketching, prototyping, user feedback and design mockups. It created early team‐wide alignment, sparked tons of great ideas and created a strong sense of ownership across different disciplines within the team.
Principle to involve clients in decision making.
Visually communicate abstract concepts with users and team members to generate feedback.
Get users involved early in the design process with quick and inexpensive paper prototypes. Uncover usability issues and validate design decisions based on actual user reactions.
High Fidelity Mockups
Apply product branding, grid structure, typography, color scheme, and icons.
High Fidelity Prototypes
Quickly develop interactive prototypes with tools like Axure. This lets the team easily distribute and observe exactly how well the product will be received before the product gets built.