Flurry Tablet App

With over 150 billion app sessions per month, Flurry Analytics (now part of Yahoo!) is the industry-leading power set of tools to analyze big data for mobile apps. Flurry’s platform grew into a fragmented system that was difficult to use. We untangled the existing product and redesigned an intuitive and comprehensive platform that dramatically improved the experience.

We focused on a tablet format that was responsive for desktop. It was later adapted to mobile.

An Awasu Design project.


 

Wireframes and Flows

 
 We created custom First Time start screens, depending on the role of the user and the primary tasks they would be using the system for. By making these screens highly visual and using natural language, we made the system accessible to every role, not just highly technical people.

We created custom First Time start screens, depending on the role of the user and the primary tasks they would be using the system for. By making these screens highly visual and using natural language, we made the system accessible to every role, not just highly technical people.

 

Each primary screen was transformed into a dashboard that contained the most important information. These dashboards could be customized by each user.

 

The depth of information was very complex, and in the old system the navigation was revealed, often to four or five levels. We simplified the navigation by treating the system as software, rather than a website, and created dynamically contextually relevant navigation that changed depending on the screen. Knowing that "going back" would be a common task, we added a breadcrumb, when necessary, with explicit labels that told the user exactly where they would return to.

 

Creating and adding new apps and campaigns on the old system was broken. The user needed to navigate from place to place without understanding  how the pieces were tied together, and often would get lost in the process. We designed a wizard-type step-by-step template for these tasks, that not only made it simple for non-technical users, but also pulled relevant components into the flow, making the experience connected and seamless.

 

Contextual Help layers were designed to not only give immediate help without having to go somewhere else in the system, but also would be revealed without blocking the data or information that it was referring to (in this case, the blue help layer is referring to the chart immediately below it, on the left).

 

Sonosite Tablet

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