A mobile application designed to address procurement challenges faced by restaurateurs when it comes to consolidating, organizing and tracking of orders from suppliers.
- Address user experience issues.
- Establish a visual identity.
- Implement identity to the user interface.
- Usability testing was carried out to identify key issues with Supply Ellie version 1.0.
- Changes were proposed resulting in a new information architecture which was used to inform the creation of wireframes and prototypes.
- An identity system was also established and used to guide the creation of the user interface.
Usability Issue 01
The ‘Add To Cart’ button sends items to the Cart when users toggle with the quantity. This can be confusing when users change the quantity and are not sure what amount was registered.
Have a consolidated ‘Add to Cart’ button at the button and shift ‘Request New Product’ button to the top right.
Usability Issue 02
Request New Product Page
Users often find difficulty submitting a request as inputs can be unclear or unattainable. For example, users will not have information such as Product Code and Product Category.
Remove all input fields and simplify the process to only require Product Name and Image.
Usability Issue 03
Order Favourites Page
A feature within the Order page that allows quick access to preset orders. The current process is troublesome as users need to locate past orders before marking them as favourites.
Allow users to add suppliers and preset their order settings in the ‘Order > Favourite’ page.
Usability Issue 04
Order Completed Page
A tab within the Order page to allow users to view orders that have been completed. This is a repeated feature as it serves the same function as the Report feature from the navigation bar.
Remove the entire section to reduce the complexity of the Order page.
Revamp Interface Design
Improve Visual Hierarchy
Better Segmentation of Information
Additional Design Touches:
Design Transition Pages and Empty States to improve user experience and encourage users to take action.