The "holidays management" app is an application allowing employees to schedule their days off and track their balances. It also allows managers to validate the holidays of their team members.
We have created a more intuitive and functional application in order to
speed up and streamline the process of getting days off.
1 product manager
1 product designer
1 architect engeneer
User experience, research,
workshops, user interface,
High fidelity flows, personas,
prototypes, product mockups,
A software publishing company wants to redesign its tool allowing its employees to schedule their days off thanks to an online platform Holidays management called Human Resources.
This company has been created in 2010. Specialised in application for accountants, PME’s and TPE’s officers. It offers about twenty applications to its customers (dashboard, CRM, payroll, accounting, task, invoicing etc...
This company has a hundred employees, is in hyper growth, and the number of employees continues to increase. There are different sectors such as sales, technical, marketing, after-sales service, accounting and administration.
I took over this project in end to end, from the research to the delivery with high fidelity flows. The current product is huge so the goal was to improve every features step by step.
Here is bellow the first screens I had to tackle at the beginning of the project.
2 personas for each profile
After conducting several series of interviews, I was able to draw up 2 personas for the employee profile and the manager profile. During these interviews I collected user needs and targeted areas for improvement. I did that because no personas have been created before.
issue of the ideation workshop
How might we design the content of the "Holiday management"
In order to obtain user answers for this problem, I led 2 ideation workshops with the Miro tool. A first workshop consisted of employee profiles and the second workshop, manager profiles.
I used a communication medium with all the progress of the different exercises to be done during the workshop. I started by animating an icebreaker then warm-up exercises, before attacking the heart of the subject, the main problem.
I asked each participant to write down as many ideas as possible on the whiteboard. We then proceeded to a voting session and finally we ranked the best ideas on a priority grid.
What if a leave application could allow employees to better follow a team
schedule and facilitate taking leave thanks to a simple and modern