One Interface, Many Views: A Case for Repeatable Patterns
Our project looks at modern approaches to template and pattern design in web applications. We designed and implemented a single UI and UX across multiple devices and use cases. We holistically looked at front-end design and the cross over to backend template structure. The UX paradigm was tested to validate the performance gains and efficacy of the concept. The approach was designed to improve the experience, efficiency and understanding for the user as they utilize our application in multiple environments and across all facets of the navigation.
KeywordsUser Interface Repeatable Patterns Pattern Library User Experience Style Guides
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