Catherine Hicks
User Experience and Product Design Professional

Hewlett Packard
(HP)

Hewlett Packard Enterprise is an industry leading technology company that enables customers to go further, faster. With the industry's most comprehensive portfolio, spanning the cloud to the data center to workplace applications, their technology and services help customers around the world make IT more efficient, more productive and more secure.

Role & Project Summary

  • HP Access Catalog: App Bundles
  • As part of the HP app store concept, this explores analytics and reporting on store demographics
  • While building the HP Access Catalog platform, we realized we needed a way to bundle applications together for quick and easy download of essential applications or other job related applications

Project Constraints

  1. Platform Users would be able to download bundles of software with one click
  2. Users can download bundles of relevant apps in one click
  3. Administrators can bundle apps together for download
  4. We needed the ability to add multiple products and also multiple price points because the idea of bundles was that we could possibly have desktop and mobile apps in one bundle

Wireframes

HP Access Catalog: App Bundles

Initial Screen


HP Access Catalog: App Bundles

Individual Color Detail


HP Access Catalog: App Bundles

Edit Palette

  • Edit Palette

HP Access Catalog: App Bundles

Saved Palette


HP Access Catalog: App Bundles

Full Palette


HP Access Catalog: App Bundles

Email Palette 



HP Access Catalog: App Bundles

Emailed Palette Email Layout


Summary

  • Users will find it most efficient to download apps in bundles instead of individually
  • App bundles and their building and how they are represented in the platform go hand and hand with assigning groups and roles within the platform for the individual users to give them access to certain items specifically related to their jobs. That was worked on by another team member
  • We came up with a general pattern that was not dependent on the app type and instead was more focused on the application and its details itself to create the bundles