Built Accounting

Built has a wide range of users and use cases(user goals). Users have different level in accounting and bookkeeping experience and so require different ways of understanding the product and interacting with it (efficiency of use). The design goal is to make the product understandable, useful and flexible for users of all levels to interact with the product in generic unique ways to managing their business.

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The solution

Starting with a research into the problem Built Accounting is solving, we came up with insights and developed a strategy for the re-design. We developed design principles, created a design inventory of the current design and gathered more insights for the new interface design. We built 90+ screens for the software and reorganized the software.

The goal was to have an ideal design solution focused on empathy, usability and product opportunity discovery.

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Design patterns

To gain a comprehensive understanding of the software and its utilization, we embarked on a process of diagramming the entire software while employing visual thinking techniques to discern task flow patterns within the user interface and actions. This approach proved instrumental in guiding the development of components centered around user action patterns. Through this analysis, we pinpointed four (4) primary patterns that exhibited consistency across the array of features provided by the Built Accounting software.

I took the helm in leading the team to craft UI components, layout patterns, and interaction designs aimed at enhancing user-friendliness, fostering familiarity within the UI, and embracing affordance.

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