Project: A stand-alone, record-keeping tool that can be managed on-the-go.
Goal: Design Storyboards, Wireframes, and mockups for prototype to present to RedBook Stakeholders.
Team: Using a list of business requirements, developed and refined by the UX and UI teams at MacroMatix.
If you’ve ever worked at a restaurant, you may have noticed the manager always logging items into a big red book. Those days have changed and the tablet is replacing the binder. But a successful shift doesn’t happen on its own. Every day, dozens of tasks have to be executed to make the restaurant operation run smoothly. The Macromedia team hired me to work on many aspects of the RedBook transition from paper logging to iPad. These feature rich widgets helps keep all those tasks, maintenance notes and even personnel issues in one spot.
The following includes UI mockups, UX wireframes, storyboards with touch gesture notations and functionality. Of course, there were multiple iterations as interfaces and UX were refined. Here are a few:
This digital application for tablet saves time and ensures quality with streamlined communication processes
This UX/UI design put an end to the endless emails and crazy back-and-forth by establishing a centralized, mobile communication logbook that helps restaurants create, track and record tasks, to-dos, follow-up’s, maintenance and more.
- Branded as HotSchedules Logbook, the interface keeps shifts running smoothly without anything falling through the cracks.
- Access communication logs, shift, and personnel notes from a mobile device
- Log daily shift and personnel notes in the Store Log
- Assign Tasks, To-Do’s, and Follow-Ups to scheduled employees
- Comment on To-Do’s and Follow-Ups
- Take action on Tasks, To-Do’s and Follow-Ups from a tablet or mobile device
- Take pictures using your device and save to a Task or To-Do
- Send broadcast messages and pre-loaded messages to all employees
- Check in on store activity from your mobile device
- Automatically archive shift and personnel notes
Notes Section Wireframe: When the widget for notes above is clicked, the following interface opens. This wireframe outlines that process. Please note: not all tiles are represented, but here is a taste.