Flyer Stories

Pull back the hood on how Red Hat User Experience Design (UXD) designed, iterated, and implemented an extra layer of filtration for Red Hat Insights.

A GIF of the final implementation of the context selector component in context within the Red Hat Insights interface
A GIF of the final implementation of the context selector component in context within the Red Hat Insights interface

Because Red Hat’s enterprise IT products service a wide scope of users and use cases within the hybrid cloud, they require nimble navigation — and Red Hat Insights is no exception.

Imagine a system administrator needs to troubleshoot problems for the specific systems they oversee. Sifting through other systems outside of their scope can slow their workflow, crowd their content view, and stand between them and successful task completion. To power nimble solutions, they need a more intuitive way to access the systems they need — and skip what they don’t. How could we enable that tailored experience within Red Hat Insights?

Simplifying and streamlining navigation meant supporting quicker system selection. …


Voices of UX

My company transitioned to remote work in response to COVID-19. Running cleared my mind and taught me valuable lessons about personal and professional growth.

An action shot: Tereza (author) and another runner jump over a water pit during the 3000 meter steeplechase.
An action shot: Tereza (author) and another runner jump over a water pit during the 3000 meter steeplechase.
Photo: Jiří Kottas, 2020. Tereza (author) running with #72.

Tereza Novotná

Interaction Designer at Red Hat

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