Watson Search & Suggest

Digital Product Design

Our team was tasked with concepting a future state of one of the key tools within the IBM Watson Data Platform. GM and Chief Business Officer, Derek Schoettle wanted to change the way people perceive data analytics and make it easier for our users to search and locate specific data within their catalog.

With a three week deadline, our team reviewed feedback from sponsor users, conducted three workshops, developed a point of view around design principals and crafted UX wires and Hi-Fi visuals for this blue-sky project

CREDITS

Bhavika Shah - Design Lead
Joshua Kramer - Visual Lead, UX/UI Design
Kacie Eberhart - UX/UI Design

MY ROLE

Strategy
User Interface Design
User Experience Design

NOTES

Work done while employed at IBM.

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TYPEFACE
FF BAU

A grotesque sans-serif typeface designed by Christian Schwartz and released through FontFont in 2002. The design was inspired by the late nineteenth century grotesques from German foundry Schelter & Giesecke
FARNHAM

Farnham is a serif typeface designed by Christian Schwartz and released through Font Bureau in 2004. The design was inspired by the work of eighteenth century German punchcutter Joan Michaël Fleischman and features ball terminals and prominent angular serifs.
PHOTOGRAPHY
SHANNA KRAMER

Shanna is a lifestyle and nature photographer located in Portland, Oregon. She enjoys capturing ordinary things in extraordinary ways. She is also my lovely wife who puts up with all my indecisions and stupid ideas. A true partner-in-crime.
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