WeWork, a coworking/office space
Create an online platform to connect WeWork members with NGO's and each other.
Research, wireframing interface design micro-interactions, presentation
WeWork is developing an internal facing platform to help their (new) members find interesting volunteer events and foster community by connecting them with non-profits and other WeWork members.
This project was necessary because WeWork Chicago managers believed it was time to broaden the idea of community within WeWork and connect members with local non-profit organizations.
Our challenge was the evaluation of the UX research; all assets and artifacts, including the annotated wireframes that represent the MVP solution for the goals of WeWork tenant businesses, individuals, and social cause-related organizations, specific to how they choose to give their time and funds.
We researched the competitors and associated businesses that may be in the same space as WeWork’s product. From this research we formed our creative explorations from moodboards to style tiles to high fidelity wireframes to working prototype. We performed usability testing and iterated through this user feedback to arrive at the most compelling execution.
I was part of a UI team of three UI designers at Designation, responsible for designing the user interface for the new volunteering platform.
The duration of the project was four weeks and we worked together as a team in person. We conducted four user tests, synthesized research results and presented the results as a team.
Understanding brand vision and goals
Understanding the user
Evaluate and change existing prototype
Mid fidelity wireframes
design exploration and High fidelity prototype
Moodboards and style tiles