Portable delivered a series of iterative wire and annotated wireframes, scheduled over bi-weekly, with regular feedback & client assessment, for rapid prototyping to generate output. The result was a comprehensive functional wire-frame set that demonstrated key user flows, from perspective of end users and organisations who participate and analyse this platform.
This allowed us to redefine the MVP based on the feedback from the wireframes. The user feedback continued to allow us to develop the platform. This work sought to help us define the workflows of customers moving through the site as well as the key interactions they sought with other users.
The design of the platform pushed user experience to the forefront, to emphasise collaboration, interaction and building and connecting networks of people. The platform had an analytics component built into it, allowing it to generate reports and statistics on levels of engagement, impact and both individual and communal experience ratings. The end result is a peer learning platform that can be utilised for corporate, public sector and government organisations.