WEB APP - B2B
In the pathway to Caterpillar’s construction equipment electrification, this project explored the core Service Design architecture, UX, UI, visual design, Design System, and Prototyping for a battery-as-a-service subscription platform.
The development included most aspects of the product cycle, from scoping and purchase completion to subscription management, and pre and post-sales communications.
Product Design Lead, Service Design, UX & UI
Design, Prototype and Test a service platform to smooth the transition from traditional to electric-powered CAT construction machinery through out subscription battery replacement service.
Validate integration with SalesForce technology-powered backend.
Explore the full life-cycle of the, from scoping and purchase completion to subscription management, and pre and post-sales communications.
As a lead product designer for the project, I had the privilege to deliver, together with the Cognizant and CAT teams, the core aspects of the service design & user journeys, UX, UI and prototype for the end-users service portal.
The project also served as a base for defining and testing the product feasibility, as well as, the integration of the front-end experience with the SalesForce technology-powered backend.
Key Personas, Service Design, User Journeys, and Salesforce integration
As part of the research and discovery process, key aspects of the motivational and behavioural aspects of the key personas were explored and validated through surveys and interviews.
The design and development also included all milestones involved in the user’s journeys for both, its end-customer's website and 'Salesforce' back-office platform. Among them:
Service and technical support
Due to the relative technical complexity of the service, a set of guided tests with the use of the low fidelity prototype was designed in order to validate the general service design solution, the intuition of the user experience, as well as to evaluate the best of different UX approaches to some fundamental interactions.
Under the Caterpillar umbrella, the visual design and identity for the service was intended as a warm and friendly invitation into a better future, procuring both, the perception of simplicity and confidence in the service, and the joy of being part of the industry transformation.