UNICEF INTERNET OF GOOD THINGS WEB APP
Redesign and Development Process
A Glance at the Final Product
- IoGT Product Mentor: Laurie Markle, UNICEF Digital Development Specialist
IoGT Technology Mentor: Nathan Baleeta, UNICEF Software Engineer Consultant
IoGT Business Mentor: BP Panwar, UNICEF ICT Manager
- Isabel Wang, Product Manager and Designer
- Kim Ngo, Designer
Brian Sui, Developer and Designer
- Jamila Toaha, Developer
Chris Tan, Previous Designer
Ha Tran, Previous Developer and Designer
United Nations Children's Fund Internet of Good Things Web App Redesign
May 2020 - Present
My Roles and Responsibilities:
User Experience Designer
User Experience Researcher
User Interface Designer
User Experience Research
User Interface Design
This case study will be fully updated upon project completion. View the current wireframes below.
Our team's task was to redesign the Internet of Good Things (IoGT) web app to include personas, subsections, quizzes, and a clean design for feature phones, smartphones, tablets, and desktop computers. Internet of Good Things is a UNICEF platform that is free of data charges and gives important information to its users. Its users include youth, parents, educators, and healthcare workers.
Since COVID-19 started, IoGT has included an education section for certain countries. Children in those countries are able to learn through IoGT free of data charges on their mobile, tablet, and desktop devices. The quizzes feature was necessary to publish as soon as possible so that children and healthcare workers looking to test their knowledge would be able to do so on the web app.
These are the wireframes for the final design of IoGT on all devices.