The product is an office furniture b2b web marketplace. Furniture sellers submit their items to the marketplace and the interested companies visit it to find a good deal (usually when they move to a new office or do a big refurbishment). The marketplace itself gets the margin of every deal.
- create a new digital product from scratch
- high conversions
- customer satisfaction
- remotely UX and Development Team
- SEO limitation
- not enough budget for usability testing
I worked in agile 5-week sprints with a mid-sprint presentation to stakeholders and partners.
Mark Kendall works in My.Com, a media company that creates personal digital services for people who crave the smoothest, most enjoyable experience in communication and entertainment. Next month he is going to have a new headquarter, and he will be a new Office Manager.
Moodboard & Strategy
From a visual point of view, I tried to blend a humanistic approach (elegant, professional, anthropocentric) to a geometric vision (modular items, clean and minimal).
Our approach was vertical, so I created a flexible and consistent UI design pattern library. Every button, tab, icon was into a modular system.
I designed a flexible system: 12 columns - desktop, 8 - tablet and 6 - smartphone.
Bizbilla is designed for multiple devices because our user has the first experience on the desktop when he/she buys furniture, while after then is definitely mobile (for example: tracking the delivery’s status).
For tablet and smartphone (iPhone 3, iPhone 8, iPad and also for Android), I designed a few features, such as 3D augmented reality and a tracking system for delivery.