Smart dashboard & management system ux and ui

To this project we were equipped with experience in designing UX for various security management systems, this allowed for a smooth start. The system was built as the basis for over 20 different panels in the organization. We chose to start with an information management system due to it being relevant to a large majority of people in the organization. The project was full of challenges due to content sensitivity, multiple levels of authorization as well as gaps between the existing development capability and the optimal vision for the final system. Thanks to deep research, conducting interviews and in-depth usability tests and a thorough process, we arrived at a product that is a powerful, versatile template for the various organizational units.

#admin panel UX #security UI #usability test & research #angular

#react #UX strategy

In-depth research for quality insights

We initiated by examining how the information is usually managed in the organization and what are the common problems that the user encounters daily at his work desk. Our main task was to provide an external perspective on the current system and to deliver insights on how a renewed system should be built.
We have gathered insights from various sources in order to refine the system architecture and decide on core functions. We interviewed experienced users, conducted in-depth interviews and user testing sessions and observed a sample of users while they work. We learned how users perform different actions and manage common processes. All of these have provided us with many insights into which are the valuable features for the users, what are the most common problems, and what are the intuitive tendencies of the system users. We then reviewed a number of solutions for each pain point which brought us closer to a cohesive vision.

Maximum accuracy and zero compromise

After establishing a cohesive architecture at an operational level, we started working on a more tangible stage – the prototype. We created a prototype for the system’s key screens on the Invision platform and performed a number of usability tests that allowed us to locate additional deficiencies and pinpoint solutions.
A major challenge in the project was to create a bridge for the gap in the Angular development capabilities used by the organization. We examined the possibility of moving to React due to its superiority, but after examining pros and cons we decided it’s best to harness the well-established knowledge of the development team at Angular in our favor. However, it was important for us not to compromise on maximum accuracy when using Angular components and despite the challenge involved, we did so with great success.
The finished product is now a powerful template that allows for multiple systems, customization and personalization, at both a departmental level and an individual user level. The product allows system administrators in each department to flexibly manage content exposure according to authority groups and other requirements.

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