Designing business application platform for the cannabis industry raising $3M investment
Each application consists of numerous plans, or documents: Business Plan, Transportation Plan, Security Plan, etc. Most of the applications follow the same path and require the same information. Synchronizing repetitive information across multiple plans is currently a painful, manual process.
Using a set of validated application templates, Oddysee will guide a user through the process with a series of questions and automatically populate the answers into all plans of the application, reducing time and errors.
I collaborated with UX Strategy Lead and Visual Design Lead
Sketch, InVision, Adobe XD, Miro
Jan 2019-Apr 2019
subject matter interviews
iterations based on feedback
wireframes of key screens
user tests with external SMEs
The initial idea – to guide users without showing them the content of application – didn’t test well. Users wanted to know where the answers would be used.
To provide context, we included the content of the plan in the Editor's default view. All questions would show up in the flexible right panel. This solution helped with the context, but it didn’t account for every type of question.
For the final version, we separated general questions and plan-specific questions. User testing with external consultants validated the solution.
high fidelity screens delivered via InVision Inspect
prototypes to communicate the interactions
walkthroughs delivered through videos
The outline module plays an integral part in Oddysee:
In Editor users will be able to:
In the Export module users will be able to:
investment received based on the prototype
California state allowed Oddysee to apply online
reduced risks associated with national launch