Suddenlink's residential customers enjoyed an existing user experience for online ordering. Suddenlink wanted to bring a similar online experience to their small business customers. TDK leveraged their User Experience (UX) Runway methodology as a preparatory project prior to development.
Technologies Used
Journey Mapping
User Personas
Balsamiq
Loop11
User Testing
Static Wireframes
Interactive Wireframes
Competitive Analysis
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TDK conducted a two day brainstorming session with the business team to understand the project goals and market. TDK then performed additional market research and competitive analysis to get a deeper understanding of the current state of online ordering within the telecommunications industry.

In collaboration with the Suddenlink small business team, TDK developed a journey map of user interactions through the ordering process and created user personas to represent Suddenlink's key customer demographics. Static wireframes were created to determine the specific user interactions in a web context as the personas moved through the journey map. Those static wireframes were then enhanced with interactivity to explore interaction flows and overall site navigation.

An online testing tool was used to expose the interactive wireframes to real target users for verification of the overall flows and soliciting feedback on various options. The user testing confirmed most decisions and resulted in new functionality which had not been considered previously.

The end result of the User Experience process was a clearly defined set of features within a coherent overall design. The development phase of the project will continue to leverage user centered design and testing methodologies to ensure the best experience for Suddenlink's customers.

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