Taskly is a project management concept tool that I designed as part of the UX Design course I recently undertook with CareerFoundy. The course focused on the entire product development cycle.
It also covered the following areas:
- Gathering detailed requirements from the client
- Designing wireframes
- Using prototype tools such as InVision
- Carrying out surveys for user feedback
- Drawing up high definition concept designs
The general purpose of Taskly was to provide a competitive service whereby companies or independent teams can better manage their projects. Full details can be found on my Behance portfolio.
The design for this was based on an earlier version of GW UX Design. Unfortunately, due to personal reasons, the client requested to put this project on hold. As a result, the design is incomplete.
In the meantime, the client uses a Facebook page to advertise their business.
This client runs a local philatelic company based in Shaftesbury, Dorset. They wanted a simple and clean website where they could advertise stamps for sale. The project was completed in 2013 and is managed by the client. However, I continue to provide a level of support.
The client got in touch with a new design which they had come up with and wanted to discuss implementation options. After further discussion, it was agreed that the backend logic would remain the same but the user interface would be completely overhauled. The new interface was launched early 2015, which included the following changes:
- New menu & banner
- Overall styling changes
- Wider panel to view more content
- Cross platform compatibility
- Performance improvements