Boosting efficiency using Design Sprint
An implementation ready new user flow and interaction design concept detailed down to the UI design level delivered as a unified team with our client.
A new user flow and interaction design concept, complete with UI design specification and delivered implementation-ready, as part of a unified team working alongside the client
Agents are already fast. Can we increase it any further?
Planorama is a leading global provider of digitalization for retail execution. It streamlines the traditionally cumbersome store shelf validation process, using advanced AI solutions.
They have a team of agents to manage the quality assurance and training of their machine learning image recognition process.
Decreasing the average review time of agents while preserving the high quality results of this QA workflow, would lead to higher efficiency.
Planorama hired Isobar's Experience Design team to optimize the software flow and interface against the above mentioned KPIs.
Design Sprint tailored to the specific need of the project
We proposed a customized version of the Design Sprint to understand the problem space and generate possible solutions.
Working as an embedded part of Planorama's in-house product team, we iteratively explored multiple proposals and at the end of the 10-day design sprint, delivered a bespoke interactive solution prototype.
We scheduled the concept for A/B testing to validate its efficiency against the preset KPIs.
Finally we prepared this prototype for A/B testing in order to validate its efficiency against the required KPIs.