Zenefits helps businesses offer medical, dental, and vision insurance to their employees.
Repackage a table summarizing the insurance information for an individual business. Design must establish hierarchy of information, logically grouped actions, improve clarity, and remain aesthetically harmonious with Zenefits existing style.
Designer - Bryce
Role - Freelance UX Designer / Visual Designer
- I first made a list of what works and what doesn't about the existing design.
- Drawing from there I kept the functional design choices while presenting alternative solutions to what did not.
- I applied a similar design aesthetic from Zenefits web page to maintain a minimalistic and harmonious layout.
- With no Style Guide provided I resorted to chrome extension ColorZilla to pull HEX color data, and font information from the Zenefits website.
- When transferring information from the old table to the new, I removed text redundancies by splitting the table in two and applying visual/graphical elements, as well as arranging dates chronologically. I also removed colors (green) from the table that are unused anywhere else within Zenefits.
- There was no visual representation for Dental or Check Box within the Zenefits site so I used the Medical icon as a style guide and created the Dental and Check Box icon from scratch in Adobe Illustrator and applied Zenefits color scheme.
- Using icons as opposed to text is more appealing for the end user and gives a less cluttered feel.