Uber Case Study
Uber, like any company, needs supplies to sustain technical and non-technical departments. From computers to napkins, various suppliers
are required. Initially called Access Provisioning SystemI then uSurv, this internal portal was created for current suppliers, potential new suppliers, supplier invoicing, and their unique requirements.
Senior UX Designer
- brainstorming & ideation
- client presentation
- desktop & responsive handset (future project)
Ramp up time
After meeting with the product and engineering colleagues, H.K., and I brainstormed and created low level wireframes.
Below are initial concepts using Sketch and later InVision for protoytping.
From this point, a high level preliminary intro flow was created for some major junction points.
Below is the url for this project. Note, APS was the name when this prototype was created. Later, changed to uSurv. If needed, cilck white space to identify the hot spots.
Caveat: uSurv was an urgent requirement by the product team. Desktop was the primary focus. Mobile first was not the approach because of the logistics to finish a desktop version first, mobile second. During my tenure, mobile didn't materlize.
Please email me for mot de passe. HINT: jo...lean. A woman's name.
We were the Fin Tech groups first UX Designers. We consulted with the design team at UX HQ, reviewed style guides and got access to UX/Visual design assets.
After our initial consultation with UX HQ, we served as an internal "agency" for Fin Tech. The collaborative work environment facilitated by product managers, team leads and colleagues alike created an quick-paced, learning milieu.