• Wantur (2012)
    Art Direction, UX, Product Lead


    Wantur was meant to be the product re-design for IDThisItem, but fell through due to budget constraints and an early termination of the project by its owners. 

    I took on the role of product owner once again, after having learnt much from IDThisItem's flaws and strengths. This pivot included a code rebuild, involving the stripping down of the Rails app into a JSON API, with a backbone.js front-end layer on top.
  • A quick and dirty UI kit for our front-end developer
  • The focus for Wantur was simplicity and a sleek user interface that didn't get in the way. This is the landing page
  • Minimalist sign up page aimed to reduce abandonment from distraction
  • User on-boarding process step 1
  • User on-boarding process step 2
  • User on-boarding process step 3
  • User on-boarding process step 4
  • User feed
  • The discover page - popular and trending requests
  • Request detail and finds submitted by other users
  • User profile page
  • User settings
  • New "want" (request) that can be submitted from any location on the website
  • Details of the request are entered here
  • Highly focused leaderboard¬†
  • Reward redemption
  • Reward requirements
  • Bookmarklet install page
  • About the site
  • Team page