Nokia has satellite design studios in Brazil and India. They needed a singular central repository of all project information. This repository can be used to mine data to predict trends and more by the enterprise. Apparatus was commissioned to define and design this product.
Product definition and User interface design
Nokia, Rio De Janeiro / Bangalore
To create a usable shared repository of information.
Brand Identity, information architecture, interaction design and visual design.
Satellites Connected! Nokia has instituted satellite design studios in Bangalore, India and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to run research projects involving students and professionals. These projects offer great insight into the demographic framework of Nokia’s market in these countries.
They approached Apparatus to create an online repository of all project assets that have been collected or generated in these satellite studios. The repository should also be an online collaborative network that allows participants to seamlessly exchange ideas and assets.
At Apparatus, we created a user access map of the system for various types of users and moved on quickly to draft the wireframes. On approval we moved on to visual design loosely based on the Nokia web styleguide. As of now, the content and assets are getting migrated. This hub will be available for the users soon.
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A collaborative repository of project assetsA projects timelineA user-friendly and intuitive interfaceAn inside page