Product UX/UI

Dataswift Platform User Experience

Dataswift had a usability issue. This brilliant team of academic researchers had created a new way for consumers to own the data created when they interacted with services online, but the experience was confusing. They needed help creating a user-friendly process for a new user to sign up, add a new data connection, and then filter, view, (and eventually use) the data collected.

NOTE: These are wireframes. They’re not supposed to be pretty.

Dataswift Platform User Experience

If you’re looking for treasure, it helps to have a map. Developers had one. Sales had another. They didn’t match. So it was time for everyone to get on the same (literal) page with a new high-level map of the user flow.

Dataswift Platform User Experience

There were a limited number of connections in their arsenal at the time, so it didn’t need a big search function. However, there were enough connections that it was important to have filter and sorting functions. Each “card” you see here has important information about the connection, developer, version, and the most recent update for each connection the user has added. It also shows the status of the connection and gives a visual indication if it needs attention.

Dataswift Platform User Experience

What do you get when you ask Facebook for a dump of their data about you? A jumbled mess of something only a data analyst could love. We wanted to make it so anyone could make sense of what was there with the help of sorting features and filters.

Dataswift Platform User Experience
Dataswift Platform User Experience
Dataswift Platform User Experience
Dataswift Platform User Experience
Dataswift Platform User Experience
Dataswift Platform User Experience
Dataswift Platform User Experience
Dataswift Platform User Experience
Dataswift Platform User Experience
Dataswift Platform User Experience
Dataswift Platform User Experience
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