This research project with was my 9-weeks project with Harness Project. During the whole period of the project, my mentors Nathanael Coyne and Stephen Collins guided me in experiencing working as a UX designer.

This case study covers the research brief, personas, user research, hypothesis, low fidelity & high fidelity wireframe, usability testing and key challenges faced during the project.

An in-depth case study was written on Medium – Check it out here.

Australia, BrisbaneMay ‘18 – July ‘18Trello, Slack, Zoom & SketchUser Interview, Persona, User Flow, Journey Mapping, Prototype & Usability Testing

Overview is a financial comparison website. They compare financial related matters including credit cards, home loans, health insurance, car loans, credit score and many more.

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Finder’s mission is to help customers make better decisions on everything. A large focus for Finder is to increase the number of returning users to the website


As a UX designer, I was tasked to conduct stakeholder interview, user interviews and research, provide artefacts such as user personas, user journey map, empathy mapping wireframes, lo-fi and hi-fi prototypes.

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The final week, my colleagues and I presented our findings to the product manager which included a collective research report of all the findings, my solution which summarise the key task undertook and insights. I presented my part of the user interviews, user persona, customer journey map, wireframes, clickable prototype and usability testing.

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As of 15 October, has updated their website accordingly including adding some personalization text on the front home page and creating a member-only benefits ad requiring users to sign up and log in to access more features

I wrote an in-depth case study about my design process for  – check it out!