in Collaboration with
Wiley ux and interacton design staff
Wiley Custom Select simplifies content creation by putting instructors in complete control of the material they teach.
The custom publishing application enables users to easily find the content, personalize the material and format, and submit the order. But, the outdated design was beginning to intimidate users and it was time for an update.
The Wiley UX team tested and validated a new user flow, creating a set of wireframes. I started with several initial design concepts for stakeholders to react to, one was chosen to establish the look and feel. I then created mockups for page templates, 13 in all, applying the new look. These were then exported and stitched together in InVision for client approval.
The new design is spare, clean and modern. A limited color palette was utilized in order to let key colors stand out and help guide users though the process. Simplified pages and consistent page element positioning helped users understand where they were and what to do next, letting them confidently complete the task at hand.
An example of detail in the client wireframes.