This concept app is part of Microsoft’s new vision ‘Digital Transformation’ to revamp its in-house application for internal use. This concept app was designated as a mobile app that could help MS workers to achieve and track productivity including timesheet, out-of-the-office calendars, expenses, and accurate billing.
Client: Microsoft CSEO (Core Services and Engineering)
Role: Motion graphic and Visual UI designer - Visual presentation
My task was to collaborate with the Senior UX Designer and Project Manager to come out with a new prototyping concept and simulate a motion study for Timesheet Mobile Application. The main goal is to come up with a sleek, modern, easy-to-use, and efficient application.
The first concept and creative approach were to simulate time tracking using a dial rotary system. The idea and usage should be simple and easy to operate yet sophisticated on the go without the hassle of multiple functions.
The first dial concept was implemented on the side of the screen, but the engineering team had suggested a different concept by designing a dial design that’s more attractive, ergonomically pleasant for human fingers by implemented in the center of the screen.
After simulating using different motion studies, we finalized 2 main concepts using a vertical dial that could optimize the input function ergonomically using finger movement via a mobile device.
All these motion and visual concepts were presented as part of the 'out of box' concept to higher management, research team, engineers, and programmers.