UX & UI concepts for a Glasgow based start up tutoring service, Knowledge Bomb. Revolutionising the experience of finding and hiring a tutor via an online booking system.
Knowledge Bomb required a website to support their brand launch of a new online tutoring service. With little established brand assets,
I was contacted by the company within their search for an experienced UX designer to lead both the directors and development
team in UX and UI considerations.
A 10 page site was scoped, focused around an online booking and messaging service. Interaction design took a priority
within the UX process and an engaging UI housed a seamless user flow. The final project detailed email templates,
profile pages and bespoke branding across social media channels.
As the Knowledge Bomb development team had no prior experience of front end web design, the process required the UI and UX designer to take the lead from the project foundations. A bespoke user centred design process was created based on 4 common variables: Analyse, Design, Prototype and Testing.
A clean interface was developed using bold colours and clear typography, allowing the user to intuitively navigate throughout the site. The clear user flow within and between screens, offers an apparent, logical process for visitors to follow and creates a story
which leads from browsing to engaging.
Working closely with the client we defined how the business goals would marry with the user needs and defined a detailed site map.
Full wireframes were created with my knowledge of development capabilities, along side taking into consideration the information architecture,
user flow and UI for both students and parents.
High Fidelity visuals
The above process led to the hi-fi visuals below. Engaging to both parents, students and tutors, the interface is bold, creative and energetic.
Icons, visual hierarchy and defined interaction points aid the user experience of the UI in the digital space across desktop and mobile.