My Role: Design an application for End Point Definition Configuration for media transformations.
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My role as a UX UI designer was to design an application for specifying the attributes, delivery details, structure, and instructions for the transformations of media materials to fit the clients/partners unique requirements as well as repurpose these for different usages. I tried to break it down to logical and simple steps for the user to be able to define all the specifications for each material and be able to quickly review and edit each stage and send the instructions along with materials for media transformations. By iterations, I arrived at a logical process where the user created a new partner profile, package structure, and then defined all the materials to be combined in a package which would show all the specifications, package structure, instructions and details for video, audio, image, subtitle, caption materials, along with metadata and destinations. Our team consisted of the IT manager, product manager, facilitator, back-end developers, & development teams working remotely. Working in agile sprints, I designed the UI architecture, and formats for all the pages with components based on Google Material Design.
My roleMy role as a UX UI designer was to design an application for specifying the attributes, delivery details, structure, and instructions for the transformations of media materials to fit the clients/partners unique requirements as well as repurpose these for different usages. I tried to break it down to logical and simple steps for the user to be able to define all the specifications for each material and be able to quickly review and edit each stage and send the instructions along with materials for media transformations. By iterations, I arrived at a logical process where the user created a new partner profile, package structure, and then defined all the materials to be combined in a package which would show all the specifications, package structure, instructions and details for video, audio, image, subtitle, caption materials, along with metadata and destinations. Our team consisted of the IT manager, product manager, facilitator, back-end developers, & development teams working remotely. Working in agile sprints, I designed the UI architecture, and formats for all the pages with components based on Google Material Design. as a UX UI designer was to design an application for specifying the attributes, delivery details, structure, and instructions for the transformations of media materials to fit the clients/partners unique requirements as well as repurpose these for different usages. I tried to break it down to logical and simple steps for the user to be able to define all the specifications for each material and be able to quickly review and edit each stage and send the instructions along with materials for media transformations. By iterations, I arrived at a logical process where the user created a new partner profile, package structure, and then defined all the materials to be combined in a package which would show all the specifications, package structure, instructions and details for video, audio, image, subtitle, caption materials, along with metadata and destinations. Our team consisted of the IT manager, product manager, facilitator, back-end developers, & development teams working remotely. Working in agile sprints, I designed the UI architecture, and formats for all the pages with components based on Google Material Design.

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