*Site viewable only within the Wellesley Network. It's no longer live because the hosting space is no longer available. At peak usage, the site had 50 users/testers.
There were only 4 main pages:
This made the base case navigation pretty straightforward. But the kind of data entered led to edge cases that complicated the search & filter functions on BUY/SELL pages.
A lot of the UX design research and decision-making went into the back-end information architecture.
Questions I asked included:
- Which fields are absolutely necessary?
- How will the table structure impact sorting and filtering functionalities?
- What kind of information entered will break my site? How can I prevent that?