Green Panda UI design
A self-service recycling interface
ProjectTouchscreen UX & UI design
ServicesUX design, UI design, User testing
To create a friendly experience for a novel service
We were assigned to design the user interface of the Green Panda ATM.
The objective was to create a pleasant experience, but most importantly, to help users navigate with confidence through a completely novel experience.
What we did
Understand the environment
We looked into similar industries (ATMs, POS, Ticket Machines etc.) for best practices and inspiration and aimed for an experience fit for a diverse target user base. The user’s context was also a challenge, with the ATMs being in a noisy crowded supermarket with no privacy, where customers might also be in a hurry.
Connect the "dots"
We held workshop sessions with the client to rapidly co-create the initial flows, not just to finetune the user journey, but also to identify unhappy paths and find creative ways to minimize unavoidable frictions.
Design first prototype
We prototyped the solution with wireframes. Our attention at this phase was on functionality, not form.
Validate the solution
We held a user testing session for the entire experience (user interface and interacting with the ATM) and evaluate our initial assumptions.
Design the interface
And then, based on the Green Panda brand identity, we created a UI design and animations, making sure it worked well with the limitations of the medium; a big touchscreen inside a funky panda enclosure.
How we addressed negative sentiments
Why should I recylce my phone?
We used data to explain why they should be proud of themselves for doing it.
What if I lose /break my phone?
We support the user journey with enough info and choices.
Do I get the best price for my phone?
We explain in detail how devices are evaluated to increase trust.
An interface that helps introduce a new approach for mobile devices recycling / reselling. A solution that works for users and, by doing so, helps the Panda make the world a bit greener.
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