Unused concept for an online management tool.
4 months ago
Lookin' good! Curious to see what concept you went with instead!
Real tidy and great colors.
@Phi Hoang thanks y'all. There actually hasn't been a finalized concept chosen yet. I am still trying to find one that solves all the problems I need it to. :0
Pretty nice. Colour scheme reminded me of Mixpanel's stuff.
Cool, but let's face the stereotypes, they are there for a reason.
First : Color scheme is too "childish", doesn't give a feeling of security and "info" managment that will be right.
Second: What if they're using touch screen devices, and of course there is no hover, in fact, how do you make them know there is a hover, and then it displays few basic words about the task. It's confusing and most certainly not gonna work well. It's missleading. The timeline itself it's confusing, it's made for advanced and "trendy" users of the internetz.
Yes, you made it simple, but you've got rid of the actual usefull funcions that are required for this kind of app to work properly.
Sometimes it's better to follow empiric "rules" in these (people automatically know what's it about ), than make up something that people won't have a clue about.
I'm just trying to get constructive critics here, don't get me wrong. I like the overall look and typography, but it just doesn't suit for that kind of panel.
@Edin Vejzović Hi Edin I appreciate you listing these concerns out for these different issues.
I would say they are definitely warranted and have been mirrored by myself which may better explain why this design stayed a concept and was never developed into an application that would solve the inherit problems that need to be solved in this case.
In terms of some of the overarching concerns here a lot of these have been thought about before and would be addressed in the following ways.
Mobile users would of course have an experience catered to their own goals and limits in functionality. Structuring this content to a user who is just viewing it on a mobile device will certainly show as data that is more summary driven for users who are not necessarily going to be crossing of items but will be looking for updates as to what is happening while they are away from their computer. This along with things like clickable space on elements and other concerns would be addressed in this layout.
As far as simplicity there are a few empiric rules that are disregarded when making a few "concepts" as opposed to what the product may actually turn out to be. These concepts are more built on the premise of "pie in the sky lets just get all the ideas out there" and then afterwards reign them/creatively structure in to something that really works well.
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