Every solution starts with a problem. For this version, I isolated four problems that were tacklable within the time frame.
The original Clock In was a simple time tracking app, but users wanted more. The userflow was essentially limited to entering a start time, end time, tips, and a break.
Finding solutions. For each problem, I came to a solution through empathizing with the issue, exploring options, and realizing those options until a suitable solution was found.
Using wireframes, I mapped out a typical userflow. We wanted a flow that could easily be customized to reflect the original, minimal Clock In design, while incorporating the new features in an unobstrusive way.
A refreshed and modernized UI completed the redesign.
The result was a feature-heavy update that felt familiar to our legacy users, while gaining a 200% increase in revenue from new users.
Let’s take a look at the new Clock In.
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The old shifts screen didn't have a way to visual the days worked.
The new shifts screen with added calendar.
The calendar is easily dismissed to reveal more shifts.
Jobs are easily personalized and color-coded.
The old shift screen didn't account for holiday pay or time and a half.
The new shift screen allowed for easier customization of rate and breaks.
Users can now effortlessly clock in with one touch by holding down the add button in the top right corner.
The updated sharing screen reflecting the new design.