STARBUCKS

Starbucks launched an app for employees to manage and check their schedules, but I felt it was sorely lacking in both UX and UI development.

For this reason, I decided to create my own version of what I felt the app should look like from both a design standpoint, and as a barista at the company.

Service
Role
Year
Prototype
UX/UI Designer
2019
PART 1
THE PROBLEM
SCHEDULING

While working at Starbucks, figuring out our schedules was one of the worst processes the company had for employees.

At one point though, they launched an app that allowed employees to see their schedules online, as well as switch shifts with others. The UX of the app was terrible though, so I decided to redesign it.

TASK MANAGEMENT

Despite there being a new app for employees to download on their personal phones, Starbucks launched a separate app on the in store iPads that was a task manager.

No one ever checked it though, and so I felt it would be a better experience to have the tasks available on your personal device as well.

PART 2
WIREFRAMING

A clean and direct interface helps employees better understand when their shift starts, ends, and how many hours they’ve punched in for throughout the day and week.

Pair that with a fluid and effective task system where managers can comment on and update tasks for employees on a day to day basis to ensure all goals are being met. Effectiveness is practically guaranteed.

PART 3
INTERFACE DESIGN

Heavily inspired by the current Starbucks mobile app, I tried my best to stay within the brand stye because of how beautiful it is.

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