eFront iPad app

I was responsible for the architecture and UX design of the iPad version of eFront’s private equity, real estate, and risk management software. Working closely with eFront I began by identifing their key customer use cases and contexts, in order to highlight the primary tools and features that were needed for their new digital product.

As the first part of longer project the project required the use of existing ux patterns and ui components in order to build a robust and scalable foundation. I developed multiple iterations of the interface as wireframes, collaborating closely with the development team and client throughout, to ensure the designs were acheivable within the project timeframe.

Created at: Fjord
Role: User Experience Designer

The ideal features were based on existing eFront desktop software.
The ideal features were based on existing eFront desktop software.
Context aware use-cases were created to define user goals and actions.
Context aware use-cases were created to define user goals and actions.
Annotated wireframes were constructed for every page and it’s possible states.
Annotated wireframes were constructed for every page and it’s possible states.
Icon requirements and states were defined before visual design was applied, to ensure the right icon suite was developed.
Icon requirements and states were defined before visual design was applied, to ensure the right icon suite was developed.
Wireframe (left), visual design (right)
Wireframe (left), visual design (right)
Brainstorming suitable ux patterns and interactions.
Brainstorming suitable ux patterns and interactions.