Rever Score is an app that lets people on the front lines of manufacturing companies to improve processes by applying the scientific methodoloy, .
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Rever started as a client of iTexico and I was assigned to conduct the Design phase for the first version, along with another designer. We started by creating documentation based on the requirements from the client.
My role in this project was as a UX Lead. We had the chance to conduct User Testing sessions with potential users in their workplace, so we built prototypes and took them to their hands to validate and iterate our hypothesis.
The client had a clear idea of what to do with the app, since he had a lot of experience working on the frontlines of some companies. The thing was that he wanted this app to follow some particular UX patterns that I thought that would be a pain for the users. We built an InVision prototype, and we were able to conduct user testing sessions for three different iterations of the app that we were proposing.
As we found out in the collected data, users felt confused with the first approach, so we transformed the interface using more standard components. When we took that prototype with other potential users, the learning curve almost disappeared compared to the first iteration, so we followed that path.
After we validated our prototype, we started documenting all of our work:
We worked on this project with a Waterfall process, so the Design phase was finished before moving into development.
We finished the design phase of the project, and then it was implemented using the Titanium platform. It was published to both app stores (iPhone and Android) and had a great success with the market that it was aiming at.
The app was very successful among potential investors too, so right now they have their own startup company, with their own design and delivery teams. I’m very proud of being an important part for this to be what it is now.