Designing and building an SSO (Single Sign On) application that offers document downloads and access to over 10 applications.
Role: UI/UX Designer, Frontend Developer, User Support, Account Setups.
I met with key stakeholders and end users to gather requirements of what the site needed and what it didn't. There were a few critical parts that had to be included, such as an easy to use login form, contact form, and a better way to get support vs the existing site.
Once I had compiled the requirements together, I worked with a project manager to start whiteboarding the concept of what the site could be.
After I had the requirements and some rough whiteboard sketches, I then designed more robust wireframes for the homepage (logged out), homepage (Logged in), and wireframes for the mobile and tablet views. I presented these wireframes to the stakeholders and gathered feedback so that I could revisit and make revisions.
With the wireframes in a good spot, I then moved to creating high fidelity mockups to secure the final look and feel of the site. Once approved, I began development and worked along side .NET developers in building the site.
Post-launch, a renewed focus on accessibility resulted in changes making the site more compliant and continued to refine the user experience based off of feedback.