UX/UI Design for Amway Smart Dashboard
One of the key factors that allowed Degito to create a successful UX/UI design for the Amway Smart Dashboard platform was a deep understanding of the behaviors, objectives, and journey of Amway Business Owners (ABOs). Through extensive research and analysis, we were able to gain valuable insights into the needs and preferences of ABOs, and to design a platform that met these needs. By understanding the journey and behaviors of ABOs, we were able to create a platform that was optimized for use on the go and that provided ABOs with the tools and information they needed to achieve their goals. This included creating a responsive design that was optimized for use on mobile devices, as well as providing real-time data and analytics tools that helped ABOs to manage their businesses more effectively.
UTILIZING AGILE METHODOLOGY
We work with Amway on a sprint-based basis to manage the UX UI development of the Amway Smart Dashboard platform. The platform is a large-scale project that involves many features and user flows, and working in sprints allows our team to break down the work into manageable chunks and to prioritize the most important features and functionalities. Throughout the development process, we work closely with a range of stakeholders at Amway, including the marketing team and IT team. This involves conducting regular meetings and communication to ensure that everyone is aligned on project goals, timelines, and progress.
At Degito, we use a comprehensive user testing methodology to gain insights and feedback from sample users. To achieve this, we create UX UI prototypes and conducts user testing sessions with the targeted users. This approach allows our team to identify potential issues and challenges with the platform before actual development and launch, and to make adjustments to the design to optimize the user experience. By testing UX UI prototypes with users, we gain valuable insights into how the platform will be used in the real world and identifies potential pain points and usability issues. This information is then used to make adjustments to the design and to optimize the user experience, helping to ensure that the platform meets the needs of the users and is easy to use.