On the heels of completing designs for the first major release of the Microsoft Pinpoint Dashboard, my team began design work for the Microsoft Seller Dashboard. Released in May 2012, Microsoft app developers use the Seller Dashboard to publish and sell their apps on Office Store and Windows Azure Marketplace. Seller Dashboard also enables users to generate and manage oAuth ClientIDs for use with their own apps, save account information for Marketplace customer payout, and review Marketplace listing performance metrics. My contributions to this project included site architecture flow planning and wire-framing, interaction design, graphic production, layout design and redline documentation and HTML prototyping for usability studies. I was also responsible for establishing the design and user experience for the Seller Dashboard Admin tool for content managers.
Flow diagram detailing the pages of the apps management area within Seller Dashboard including app listing creation, detail viewer, editor, and the app management area's relationship to the other areas within the site.
Using the Seller Dashboard, the seller can outline pricing details for their customers. The screen above depicts how a seller would go about detailing a monthly subscription package for their apps customers.
"Red line" documentation was produced for developers and project managers to follow in order to produce the deployed interface.
I was also tasked with designing the user interface for a Seller Dashboard Admin tool to be used by internal content management group in order to approve and manage seller submitted content.