The BBC are a global entity, with nine national TV services as well as maintain a number of separate ventures across the world some of which help fund their public services.
The Visual Design and Development team at the BBC had recently invested into Qlik Sense. But were stuck at a crossroads of how they could make the best of the new technology, cater for multiple devices and continue to gain support from within.
I was asked to model the designs around their iPlayer and BBC World style guidelines. I ran Requirements & Constraints exercises to understand my remit, as well as ran Design reviews to ensure that the delivery was what the BBC wanted.
I led the project and executed two responsive UI Designs within 2 days to help the team imagine the possibilities of what could be.
The winning of a 2 million pound project was the support response from the organisation, along with additional services that were procured including, Qlik Sense training, UX Design Enablement training, later given by me.
This involved working with the BBC team, to get a fuller contextual understanding than the already supplied requirements documentation and understanding what solutions had already failed before beginning.
Using Adobe PhotoShop to create the designs in a responsive view; mobile, tablet and desktop.