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PR Dashboard 2.0 MVP

PR Dashboard 2.0 MVP

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Highlights Provide users with additional PR insights Give users flexible and customizable layouts Increase discoverability of common functions such as Adding New Widgets, Editing Date Range, Reordering Widgets, etc. Give users better control over how data is displayed by adding in size variations for each

PR Reports 2.0 MVP

PR Reports 2.0 MVP

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Highlights One-click report generation Fully customizable experience Google Slides format report Challenge Our users loved our legacy reports because it was easy for them to generate. However, they often wanted to be able to add in more details, changed the layout, edit the fonts, etc.

Employee Monitoring API

Employee Monitoring API

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Highlights Sync with national criminal databases and alert employers of updates New slide-out component for summary information Illustrated Modals Forms in Modals Reusable ReactJS components Challenge We want to introduce a brand new feature without having to spend extensively on marketing. We decided to just

Datascape Asset Tracking UI

Datascape Asset Tracking UI

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Highlights ReactJS rewrite (with Blueprint.js) Facilitated Design Thinking workshops cross teams Worked with marketing to create suitable UI library Modified BlueprintJS to serve as UI guide Product relaunched and the company ultimately made a $6.6M round of additional funding Created a realistic prototype with Axure

Mobile Job Application

Mobile Job Application

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Highlights Mobile-first UX Material UI (v1.0) ReactJS B2C UX Usability testing via usertesting.com and trymyui.com $20,000/mo revenue Challenge When we started working on Swifthire Mobile, the platform was facing a rapidly changing mobile environment. The original (legacy) applications wouldn’t support mobile users and weren’t responsive

BeeHive Style Guide

BeeHive Style Guide

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Highlights Twitter Bootstrap (responsive) HTML/CSS DHTMLX UI Library Highcharts.js Live Code Style Guide Challenge The company was very scrappy and used offshore engineers to compensate for the seed funding phrase. The software was at first bought off the shelf by a 3rd party firm. It