Redesigned an employee intranet to unify company identity across teams after a series of acquisitions. Centralized company messaging and access to critical employee resources. Adopted the same styles and UX patterns developed for our external user-facing products.
I began this project by consulting with stakeholders across the company to produce a list of UX requirements.
Intranet services must be made available to both desktop and mobile users.
Prioritize content by position, size and use of imagery.
Progressively load additional content via infinite scroll to avoid needlessly serving content rarely reached.
Lock menu items to the top of the page.
I produced these wireframes to quickly explore multiple potential layouts before beginning development of a high fidelity UX prototype.
High Fidelity Prototype
I utilized wireframe feedback to begin designing an interactive prototype.
The prototype met all initial stakeholder requirements.
We conducted a series of internal usability tests to identify opportunities for improving the design ahead of hand-off to developers.
We reviewed the prototype with our engineering teams to validate design feasibility and prioritize the order of feature development.