At OpenPeak I had the opportunity to work on AT&T’s Toggle product. Toggle is a “BYOD” services that provides management and security of mobile devices.
The design process for Toggle first started on whiteboards first. The team found white-boarding to be an efficient and productive method of collaboration. Engineers also enjoyed the ability to jump on sketches augment their explanations. After each white-boarding session we documented the process with photos. Document photos were then shared with the rest of the team inside a shared Dropbox folder.
Next I jumped into Sketch to design wireframes. A daily wireframe review with a lead engineer got the team aligned. During this review I looked for any potential UX issues and made sure we a consistent experience.
With finalized wireframes and planned user flows I was able to begin visual design. A baseline styleguide employed before I proceeded to designing user interface screens. This styleguide ensured colors, typography and measurements stayed consistent across the product. and measurements stayed consistent across the product.