April - August 2020
Visualizing locations of active landmines and Explosive Remnants of Wars in interactive maps
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I started as a User Interface Designer and was promoted to their product team as the sole User Experience Designer. The responsibilities for this role were to lead the development of information mapping, wireframing, state diagramming, user research and usability testing for all products.
At Hikaya, I was the lead designer for their new product, Dots. I created a custom style guide and components library, re-branded the product, and re-designed over 200 screens within the first 2 months which was well received by stakeholders. I was responsible for creating task scenarios to co-lead user testing interviews while working with the development and product teams to build out features for the product launch.
- Stakeholders showed interest and invested in Dots after I completed the re-design of the product.
- The product launched in winter of 2020 and the same stakeholders from the Danish Demining Group in Yemen became the first clients.
- Users were able to finally see over a decade of their work visualized on a map.
Co-founders, Product manager, Product team, QA Engineer, DevOps Engineer, Fullstack Engineer, Frontend Engineer, Backend Engineer