Atlassian JIRA X was an experiment in
visualising data for a software bug. The goal for this design exercise
was to: provide a quick overview of available data; allow for manipulation
of data through touch devices; and to improve the overall aesthetic.
Atlassian JIRA 4.1 saw the first comprehensive visual design
exercise in the lifespan of the product. The project focussed on
View Issue pages and involved a high level of stakeholder participation.
Atlassian JIRA 4.2 extended the visual design language created
in JIRA 4.1, applying the new look and feel to the Issue Navigator
Atlassian JIRA 4.3 included a project to enhance customer
experience in the Administration section of the product. Part of
the project involved designing a landing page to help people visualise
and track their administrative tasks.
Atlassian Blogs is a portal to all blogged content from
different Atlassian teams. The design uses a simple visual design
and focusses on delivering people to the correct content.
Atlassian Agile Campaign Icons were created for online use
and illustrate various aspects of the Agile development process
Atlassian Confluence Editor Icons were created for a new
version of the text editing tool. The visual design is based upon
existing product icons.
Atlassian Product Icons were created over time and are chiefly
used in Confluence and JIRA. The original look and feel was designed
in collaboration with the Product Management team.
Objective Workflow Icons were designed and illustrated for
Workflow and Case View functionality in a document management product.
The target product is Windows based so the visual design was influenced
by Windows XP and Vista.
Westfield Shopping Centre Homepage is the visual design
created for all Westfield Shopping Centre websites. The design was
based on user-centred activities and featured the latest branding
look and feel for Westfield.
Different IAG Intranet was the result of visual design workshops
and stakeholder interviews. The interaction and information design
was driven by extensive user-centred activities.