Sr. UX/UI Software Engineer
RevenueRadar is an equity data mining application that - as of 2014 - was bringing hundreds of thousands in profits through "Pings", which are leads. The "Ping Details" screen needed a re-design to solidify and increase conversion and retention.
A discoverable screen that would facilitate business deals and allow car sales professionals to operate effectively.
Interviews with users and customer service revealed that new users didn’t know how to get to this screen.
Users also wanted to simultaneously perform other tasks without leaving the window.
I used rapid iteration with users and stakeholders to find solutions for identified needs and to generate new UI ideas.
To empathize with users, I partnered with the PO and visited car delerships to conduct observation and usability tests.
At the same time, the engineering team was implementing new technologies and the Design team was working on a new Design System (and iterating on it as well). These changes helped to influce some design choices and trade-offs.
The final design allowed users to complete tasks, while keeping the core of the original design. It is also easier to use, and received positive feedback.
When I started this project, Design Thinking was a foreign concept at DealerSocket - and we can observe that reflected on the first two versions of the design, which was the Team's idea of what the design should be.
As the first Sr. UX Designer of DealerSocket, I introduced the ever-evolving/refining process.
I was somehow new to it at the time and it was humbling to learn more as we worked with it. In hindsight, I wish I had introduced it earlier.