Key objectives and requirements
2 crucial go-live moments during the season
implement track-and-trace so any delivered mini tuber can be traced back to it's mother plant
Supporting the new HZPC way of working in a user friendly way
Suited for upcoming international rollout
Research: field study
Simplified process map
Early in the project I try to uncover the essence of the process. Every environments is complex, but there is always a level of simplicity to be found beneath the surface.
These visualisations usually help to streamline the conversations throughout the whole project.
Main sections of the app
This is how the process map translated to the main sections of the application in the navigation menu.
A little un-agile
Sometimes the rules need to be bend a little. When dealing with nature you have to acknowledge the superior force.
We could not iterate as much as we would like and had to be 'as-right-as-possible-first-time' on most features. Which was one of the biggest challenges I faced thus far.
Getting things clear
Depending on the phase of the design process, the amount of uncertainty, and the people involved I pick a format that suits the outcome I need to achieve to move forward.
Interaction design: wireflows
We offered each department their own section in the application. And set up a design system where the main colour of all components could switch along with the section colour.
Besides adding some joy to the application this was especially useful for the employees who needed to use more than one section. And most employees needed at least access to two of them.
To maintain a coherent look and feel across the application as well as to ensure efficiency in development velocity a design system is a valuable asset to remain consistent.