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  1. 1. My Portfolio 1Work SamplesSeptember 2012Prepared by:Siddharth Ghule
  2. 2. Project NameCart and Checkout
  3. 3. Shopping Cart Design Cart and Checkout
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  5. 5. Thank You page Design Cart and Checkout
  6. 6. Project NameBuy a Look
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  8. 8. Project NameQuickpick
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  11. 11. Project NameCOMPASS
  12. 12. Competitive analysis (Best of breed audit) COMPASS Criteria for Audit: Navigation Representation of Data Efficiency & Flexibility Interaction
  13. 13. User Profiling COMPASS Purpose of user profiling: To create precise definitions of user groups where the basis of distinction between each user group becomes a valuable distinction for DESIGN purposes
  14. 14. User Goals COMPASS User goals To define who has what goals in order to validate the distinctions between user groups and to place tasks in context of goals.
  15. 15. High level process and task flow COMPASS
  16. 16. Detailed task flow (Activity diagram) COMPASS
  17. 17. High level design (Low Fidelity Wireframes) COMPASS Concepts exploring Navigation and features (Information architecture)
  18. 18. Detailed design (High Fidelity Wireframes) COMPASS
  19. 19. Functional specification (Development support) COMPASS
  20. 20. Project NamePROFIT VIEWER
  21. 21. Which problem to handle? PROFIT VIEWER Tree map Area represents the rate of change of variable Color key Violating soft limit Normal Color indicates weather the variable is Violating limit reaching the constrains or has crossed the limit High rate of change of variable X Variable reaching limit = means variable need attention “Can you figure out what all variable needs attention ?” T01a_ctl Sample TK Demethanizer Pressure ISRX_CTL1 t01b_ctl NOVA_SIM t01c_ctl T01c_opt ISRX_CTL2 NOVA_SIM_09 T02c_opt2
  22. 22. How can I solve the problem? PROFIT VIEWER Bullseye viewDistance from the center corresponds to:how strongly a particular variable willeffect the another variable at the center.More the distance of a variable from the CenterVariable (at the center of the bullseye): greater is theeffect. These CV will most effect the CV1. CV1 These CV will least effect the CV1.
  23. 23. Snapshot view of the whole system PROFIT VIEWER Spider chart By seeing the shape of the system one can make out health of the system. One can visualize the variance from the ideal condition very easily Present value of CV Optimum value All the CVs at the optimum value. (ideal CV1 CV1 condition) CV12 CV2 CV12 CV2 Higher limit CV11 CV3 CV11 CV3 CV10 CV4 CV10 CV4 lower limit CV9 CV5 CV9 CV5 CV8 CV6 CV8 CV6 CV7 CV7 When the system is not In ideal condition in optimized condition
  24. 24. Personalization and Customization PROFIT VIEWER Themes Situational themes: User can customize Application view themes: User can and save the layouts and settings as customize and save the layouts and different themes for different conditions settings as different themes for different and different problems parts of the plants Situational Theme: Application theme: Situation: boiler is down Applications: Reactor and boiler
  25. 25. How to analyze the data PROFIT VIEWER Trends Users can plot multiple trends in same window so that they can compare the different variables, which will help them to take vital decisions
  26. 26. Strategy and Intentions PROFIT VIEWER Generally the operators don’t have to keep track of Layer 2 all the variable. Generally there are some key Drag Drop variables that he need to keep an eye on. Apart from the general health of some of the variable. Layer 1 The current PSOS segregate the variables (Core layer) according to the plant model and treat all the variables as equal. There is no tool that can map the requirement of the operators monitoring Drag Drop Layer 3 predominantly some of important variables. This tool is to provide the operators with a space The Grid that can map to their mental and task models.Area = Information visibleUser can drag and drop a particularVariable into the area and increase ordecrease the cell space for that particularvariable to view more or less informationrelated to the variable.The information related to a particularvariable will be in layered form. Morelayers will be revealed when more space isallocated for a particular variable. Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 MV 7 SS 7 MV HI 1270 MV Index: 7 X 7 Description: Regen Bed Temp SS LO 230 Status: GOOD Value: 1270 G SP 1300 LO Limit: 0 HI Limit: 1270 Setpoint: 1330
  27. 27. UI Design using ASM Guidelines PROFIT VIEWER
  28. 28. Detail Design PROFIT VIEWER