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EasyShift iOS & Android

EasyShift for iOS & Android

EasyShift apps pay users to gather product data via a mobile survey. I was tasked with improving the app's core ux flow. Using with wireframes, prototypes, and lots of user testing, I redesigned the survey experience for both iOS and Android apps.

The new flow was easily understood, improved navigation and flexibility, and reduced user errors. The design is currently implemented on both iOS and Android apps.

 

MADE AT  QURI

DURATION  2011 - 2015

ROLE  UX · UI

SCOPE  iOS & ANDROID APPS

 

Starting point: a linear flow

 Fig 1. Original survey format served questions linearly, one at a time.

Fig 1. Original survey format served questions linearly, one at a time.

 

Process flows and wireframes

 Fig 2. Process flows of the original format and the new task-based format.

Fig 2. Process flows of the original format and the new task-based format.

 Fig 3. Wireframes of original format and the new task-based format.

Fig 3. Wireframes of original format and the new task-based format.

 

Build prototypes and test

 Fig 4. Interactive Flinto prototype allows simulation and testing of both formats.

Fig 4. Interactive Flinto prototype allows simulation and testing of both formats.

 

Test in native environment (retail stores)

 Fig 5. Lookback.io SDK for iPhone allowed us to record remote tests in retail stores.   

Fig 5. Lookback.io SDK for iPhone allowed us to record remote tests in retail stores.

 

Visual Design

 Fig 6. Visual deliverables for task-based format.

Fig 6. Visual deliverables for task-based format.