SaaS App Workflow Designer tools can help business users to create quick plans and automate their daily basis workflows.
My role was to process the initial thinking, wireframes, user interface designs and prototyping.
I created a sample Rent-A-Car company's process just to visualize a workflow.
Potential users of this SaaS app are business users who need to automate their daily basis workflows. Which should be easy to use, highly flexible and have a modern user interface.
A number of deliverables were required for the project, including:
- Research and findings about competitors, business users and their behavior
- Personas and scenarios
- Design and usability recommendations for improvement
- User flows
- Product sketches and wireframes
- Prototype of designs
I design a flow that allows a smooth user experience. Given that users may be looking for something specific or be inspired while browsing, any business has the flexibility to add places and create new lists from multiple points in the website. This flow shows the below types of users:
- Drag and drop building environment.
- Save, update and share the entire workflow process with other business users.
- Easy to understand field elements with their respective icons.
- Creating simple rules for complex business decisions.
I created the following flow because I wanted to know the app from start to finish. The flow contains all possibilities from multiple starting points.
Now, I have already gathered enough information to get started with the wireframes. I created this set of wireframes of all of the key screens needed to complete the main user tasks.
View here on InVision Freehand Tool.
Now it is time to proceed with the visual design. I tried to maintain clean design and contrasting colors, but went for bright colors.
Although this SaaS app concluded with a solid prototype, I would still like to continue testing and improving the design.
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