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Redesigning user flows and information architecture to make a series of compliance tests more usable and organized.


An existing product built to manage and deliver a high volume of compliance tests and data needed a usability overhaul, dashboard concept, and redesigned architecture before moving into the next round of user testing.

My Role

• Created mockups and interactive prototypes to demonstrate product functionality and deploy in usability testing.

• Collaborated with Agile development teams to redesign user flows that delivered a usable experience and adhered to a pattern library.

• Translated low fidelity wireframes into intuitive visual designs.

• Made suggestions for alternative taxonomies and future design considerations.

Annotated Wireframes
High Fidelity Mockups
Interactive Prototypes

First Steps

In addition to basic usability issues, the information architecture in the existing product was in need of a redesign. Due to the large amount of data and determining what was necessary for the user to see and when, I began by sketching out the possibilities.

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“This was a complex project with a lot of unanswered questions, but Rebecca was able to see through the fog and come up with mockups that are both useful for current development and for driving the future of the product.”