Case Studies

Exploring the intersection of research, design, business, and culture:
A collection of some of our works.

Revolutionizing Crop Management with Integrated Technology

Enhancing Agricultural Practices through Real-Time Insights and User-Friendly Interfaces. In order to ensure the success of agritech products, it is imperative to consider several design challenges. These obstacles may include meeting the needs of a diverse user base, dealing with limited connectivity in the field, presenting complex data sets in a simplified format, taking into account contextual usage, accommodating various languages and localizations.

Upgrading cloud based ERP solutions for retail and sales management

Elevating Efficiency and Performance through user friendly interface. Clarion 360 faced usability issues, inconsistent UI, and an outdated interface. Clarion 360,

Designing a mobile app for Bajaj

An application to enhance the after sales and riding experience of Bajaj motorcycle owners. Outdated mobile app design at the prototype stage. Bajaj had created a prototype for the after sales and riding experience of it’s customers.

How to prepare your kids for a screen routine?

Introduce PARENTAL CONTROLS without the drama. Lack of unique features to stand out in the market with an outdated design made it
hard to sell. The existing product missed fresh outlook on the design standards both on functional and visual end. It lacks many relevant features provided by competitors, at the same time it needed unique signature features to create a required product differentiator.

Building a sleep app ecosystem for high athletic performance

Rem42 is a sleep coach company powered by AI technologies. They offer personal sleep coaching and comprehensive sleep solutions. At Rem42 They believe sleep is the foundation of good health and sleep is the key to obtaining superpowers.

Designing an ENote Application

An application that converts hand written notes to digital text, takes notes directly on pdf, takes hand written notes for reading and reviewing of documents and provides paper like reading and writing experience. Creating the visual design and prototype for a Digital Notebook Application. Designing the visuals and experience of the application to replicate the look and feel of paper as closely as possible. This application will be utilised for reading documents and textbooks, as well as for sketching and note-taking. Our aim is to provide users with a seamless and immersive paper-like writing experience.

Procurement through Gamification

Designing a platform to streamline the procurement workflow. Designing an internal procurement portal that enhances the existing platform by streamlining the “request to procurement” workflow. The main problem identified revolved around a lack of transparency in the flow of information, leading to prolonged delays in addressing work items.

Designing an Engaging Experience Flow for an Endoscopic Device

A simple and modern healthcare GUI design revamped for an Endoscope Vision Processing Unit. Outdated enterprise design which was developer friendly as opposed to the user. Biorad Medisys intended to revamp the UI of video processing unit (a TFT LCD display) of the Endoscope. The challenge was to incorporate new flows and features into an existing IA and also do a thorough check on usability for the redesign.

Experience Transformation

Leading Enterprise CRM system. Revamping an outdated design within legacy constraints into an intuitive and responsive experience. The current design lacked visual hierarchy, logical input controls, and a consistent structure. It also had serious usability issues that needed to be addressed within the technical constraints.

Redesigning the API Marketplace Experience

Enhance content accessibility through advanced search and filtering. To make the content consumable and relevant to multiple stakeholders. Currently, the platform is accessed most widely by developers, for whom a mental model of searching testing a particular type of content on a regular basis is built in. However SAP wanted to expand it’s user base on this platform, to allow business users or architects to visit the platform, understand what kind of content was available to them and then consume what was relevant to them.

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