I was the lead designer for MyPricewise, where I took charge of the visual aesthetics and user experience. This dashboard was tailored to serve all Pricewise users, providing them with insightful data regarding their contracts. Through careful design considerations, I aimed to enhance the user’s interaction with the platform, ensuring that the information was easily accessible and comprehensible. By leveraging effective design elements, I strived to create a seamless and engaging experience for users navigating their contract details within the MyPricewise dashboard.

About the project

In our relentless pursuit of enhancing user experience, we embarked on the journey of creating MyPricewise dashboard. The project commenced with an MVP (Minimum Viable Product) version, a stepping stone for our continuous augmentation of its functionalities.

Central Objective: Seamless User Remembrance

The core thrust behind MyPricewise was to empower users with the option of seamless recollection. This strategic move aimed to facilitate the swift initiation of new comparisons, easing the user’s journey through the platform.

Balancing Act: Functionality and Simplicity

Our UX-centric approach extended to MyPricewise’s design, which strived to strike a balance between minimalism and adequacy of functionalities. The goal was to present users with a lean yet substantial toolset within MyPricewise, ensuring that the feature resonated as an indispensable asset rather than an inconsequential add-on.

Seeding User Adoption: Learning from an Active Base

The initiation of MyPricewise also marked the commencement of a learning curve. By actively garnering a user base, we aimed to glean invaluable insights into user behaviors, preferences, and pain points. This real-world user interaction was pivotal for refining and optimizing the dashboard’s features, thereby fostering a more user-centric ecosystem.

MyPricewise not only exemplified our dedication to elevating user experiences but also encapsulated our commitment to iterative refinement guided by user interactions.           

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