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project health

Bloomfilter is a unique real-time health score mobile application with easy to view insights. Dramatically improves communication, predictability, and efficiency across your software projects. This is a story of how I made a positive difference to the use of this application by designing a web browser.

To comply with my confidentiality agreement I have gained approval to post these designs on my portfolio as this product bloomfilter is available in the app store.

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THE PROBLEM

How might we create web experience from an existing mobile app?

Our client approached us with a simple objective -- to create a desktop/web application similar to the iOS experience. The first phase included only like-to-like designs similar to the mobile design and then phase two consisted of adding improvements/features to the UI.

01

Problems observed from user behaviors

The majority of our tools the users were using were the on web and it disturbed the workflow when they had to switch from the web to mobile to check the status of their projects. They wanted a more seamless experience where they had access to all the project tracking tools in one web experience.

02

Eco-Friendly Design

Access to a web portal so that users can access the mobile app via desktop browser.

03

Requirement vs observation

We have strict standards when it comes to what we produce and never compromise on quality. This is especially true when it comes to the first-rate materials we use. Our customers deserve the highest level of products on the market, and we work tirelessly to maintain those standards.

04

Setting up for solving the problem

Since we had an existing mobile design, I knew I had to establish a navigation for web which was going to be the one differentiation from mobile. Then I had to replicate each screen and scale it up to fit a web page, so that I would be able to maintain a consistent user experience.

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