- Allow accountants to handle a larger account load while simplifying workflow.
- Improve law firm performance by measuring, comparing, and reporting financial and operational data between attorneys (i.e. project money spent vs. project money billed/received).
- Improve accounts reporting by providing communication, review, and approval workflow tools.
Conducted video interviews, sessions, walkthroughs per dashboard to uncover specific requirements for each dashboard.
Interviews, Pain points, usability, human factors, emotions, environment, context.
Review videos, notes, conduct tests, and search for evidence to support findings in meetings to help determine design decisions.
User flow diagrams, red routes, pain points, personas, scenarios, cases, etc.
Wireframe were created based on input and analysis to further demonstrate the correctness of design decisions, and as a preliminary approach to visual design before implementation.
Non-functional prototype developed to describe to developers what needed to be created, modified, or improved. Used as a blueprint for many scrum planning meetings.
Mockups were designed in photoshop to establish the aesthetics and look and feel of the mockup. plenty of input was provided here from the project stakeholders.
Implementation of Front-End and UI specific features and components.
QA uncovered bugs, and the team searched for different issues and made improvements.
Lawfirm Matrix is the software arm of an accounting firm based in Baltimore with offices also in DC, and New York. Their clients are primarily law firms in those areas of various sizes. In addition to accounting they also handle class-action lawsuit payment disbursements for unions.
LFMX is building a web-based software to improve their accounting capabilities and help provide additional value to law firms.
- Client: Lawfirm Matrix
- Date: June, 2015
- Project URL: www.lawfirmmatrix.com