Category Industry What we did Platform Project scope Project cost
Enterprise IT New design Windows 6 months, 90 page UI spec $55,000

On Technology asked us to help them design a completely new product that would work within the Microsoft Management Console. We worked with the team to develop a complete user interface specification - it included every screen in the product and the behavior for each interactive element. The final User Interface Specification was 90 pages long. The engineering team did not begin implementing the product until this work was complete-writing the UI Specification ahead of time saved the company a tremendous amount of time and money because they they already knew what they would be building before they put their software engineers to work. The compelling user interface design for this project was a key factor in this company's acquisition by Symantec.

User Interface Design Specification and wireframes of an administrator console: portfolio sample from Two Rivers Consulting, Web Application UI Design/UX/IxD Firm in Boston, MA

OUR UI SPECIFICATION

The main screen user experience, to be implemented as a MMC Snap-in, described in broad strokes early in the UI Specification.


User Interface Design Specification and wireframes of an administrator console: portfolio sample from Two Rivers Consulting, Web Application UI Design/UX/IxD Firm in Boston, MA

OUR UI SPECIFICATION

Each of the states for the user experience required a discussion of the context menus, and network topologies that were scaled realistically. Imagine the amount of time a software engineer would spend building and refining this UI without a User Interface Specification such as this.


User Interface Design Specification and wireframes of an administrator console: portfolio sample from Two Rivers Consulting, Web Application UI Design/UX/IxD Firm in Boston, MA

OUR UI SPECIFICATION

A quick-reference for the object types that were to be supported by one of the treeviews. We even created drafts of the icons to represent each object.