Using Qlik data analytics as the underlying engine that drove the data content, I was able to base the UX discovery meeting around this and ideation on the fly how the application could potentially look.
The team at Zurich Insurance had recently invested into Qlik Sense technology to visualise their data, but had a requirement that required a solution beyond the native use of the Sense product. They required a responsive web environment to house custom responsive designed charts driven by D3.
On a restricted timeframe and T&M budget, I analysed the Requirements & Constraints, conducted several Stakeholder interviews to help provide the right level of context of the needs of the users and applied UX best practice and apply chart best practice as there were no users present.
My findings were telling and this help authorise additional time to conduct User interviews and run a Design Review before delivering the final design.
Using the Lean UX approach the UX Discovery moved to rough draft wireframes where what the designs where based upon and completed using Adobe PhotoShop.
All custom chart objects were designed and Prototyped by me in HTML5 using D3.
The UX discovery workshop was run on-the-fly with the customer, taking their requirements and sketching out ideas. It was a two half-day sessions, where at the end of each session the customer had the opportunity to digest the ideas generated from each session.
Due to the sensitivity of the customer's data, what is shown are only a sample of the output from the sessions conducted.
Ideation, sketching and brainstorming creating sketched wireframes.
Data visualisation chart optimisation using chart object best practice principles.
Mobile first responsive designs created using Adobe PhotoShop.