Above is an example of the various admin dashboards that existed. These dashboards were used to track performance and issues they may occur.
Above are examples of the detailed pages within the admin portal. Including manufacturing process pages and designer profile pages.
Above are examples of the jobs portion of the admin portal. This is where the staff would track and update stock orders as they were being made.
In addition to the admin software at the time, alot of the staff still relied heavily on spreadsheets to track work. This got to a point very few were actively using the admin site.
-Provide a software solution that meets the needs of the various departments
- Improve the visual design so the interface is more accessible to the staff
- Explore and push ways to make the software more automated and effective in order to improve productivity & quality
As a manager for the design team I spent a good chunk of my time helping the team deliver the highest quality work while staying ontop of schedules and expectation all while not becoming burn't out.
This was all done through weekly checkins, asana updates and spec documentation improvements/automations.
The first example here is of our design process doc we made our process off of
Here is an example of the spec doc I drafted and revised to make sure clarity was made.
Here is an example of how we managed projects by sprint, milestone and design phase.
I also spent a good amount of time making sure no on e was overloaded and their workloads were evenly balanced.
Here are a few screenshots of some of our components. This including the interactive states for each.
Along with the components themselves, we also generated guidelines and doucmentation for the library. This helping establish shared understanding across the org.
Here are a few screenshots of how we leveraged storybook to test our components and make sure they were working properly across all 3 sites.