Google Android —
Enterprise, Built for Business
Android.com serves as the primary channel to educate users about the various Android products including Android OS, Phone, Wear, TV, and Pay. When I joined the LFL team at Google, the Android Enterprise team was looking for a redesign of their website to better educate their customers about the plethora of services and devices Enterprise has to offer in a workplace.
Spearheading the redesign of the Android Enterprise Marketing website and Partner Solutions Directory at Google, I worked with the product team and engineers to build an experience that help users navigate amongst the many Enterprise offerings including mobility management solutions, service providers, and built for work devices. Here I outlined the process it took to design the Partner Directory, an experience that served as the primary point of entry and call to action for all enterprise partners that are interested in Android for Work.
After many conversations with the Android Enterprise team based in New York via Hangouts to gain an understanding of the product, audience needs, and what the team is trying to achieve, I set out to put together some wireframes to define the product.
By creating a few different design options showing different ways content are to be surfaced and displayed and listening for feedbacks, I was able to get a better sense of the product and services Enterprise offered.
1) Horizontal cards displaying metadata
2) Larger cards displaying featured image
+ Hierarchy, Typography, Grid & Style
Due to the complexity of information of the Enterprise Solutions Directory, I explored with various grid formats and visual styling to present the information in a manner that demonstrate clear hierarchy and categorization.
+ Hierarchy, Typography, and Style
1) Card styles
2) Badge styles
I took a trip to Google New York to work directly with product and adjusted the design to account for the ever-evolving product offerings. After countless iterations...
+ Final Design
We took into account of WCAG accessibility standards, UX best practices, as well as feedbacks from usability testing and creative reviews and eventually reached the final design to be made to life!
For live site: