We’re designing the interface on the front end of our DAM (that’s Digital Asset Management) tool. With the help of Michael Everitt, who’s bringing some great new ideas for UI and UE to the project. If the first stage of this project, designing the back end with IT and the Documentum team was about “make everything available” this stage is certainly about “help me find it easily.” So we’re focusing primarily on making the interface clean, simple and highly functional for search, and secondarily focusing on how to make it easy for the add assets functions. It’s a huge challenge, but so exciting to see how far Michael has been able to advance the architecture of the interface in just a week. Ideally, the interface is responsive and intelligent, and helps you think about the choices/paths you could take to find what you’re looking for easily.
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