Enterprise Web Console (EWC)
Fugue, Inc., 2017-2018
Fugue needed a GUI for their platform which was a dev-ops solution for declaring, instantiating, and enforcing cloud infrastructure. Before the need for a GUI, Fugue's only interface was on the command line. I left Fugue before the product launched.
Much of the functionality and requirements were already implemented in the CLI that the Design Team at Fugue spent months working on these wireframes just to meet feature parody.
We kept our wireframes and design ideas lo-fi, and I performed rapid usability testing to validate our ideas by putting together a prototype with the help of marvelapp.com.
A quick video demonstration follows...
"Dry-run" Notification Flow, an Example
This was a document used to communicate with engineers, designers, stakeholders, and product managers how the Notification System could work for viewing "dry-run" results. A "dry-run" was essentially a report of what Fugue would have done based on the user's inputs–for auditing purposes. The challenge: after requesting the dry-run, Fugue could take up to 5 minutes to return a result*.
*Not Fugue's fault, looking at you AWS!
A Process' Notification Lifecycle, an Example
This was a document used to communicate with engineers, designers, stakeholders, and product managers how the Notification System was designed against an concurrently worked on API contract.