Rapid Reorder App
The Rapid Reorder app from Spiceology is designed to simplify a tedious inventory task by allowing chefs to order directly from their phone by simply snapping photos of their existing inventory.
User Research
& Personas
In this initial step the objective is to define the goal of the product and ensure that the users needs are being met. Through interviews, user research and personas we are able to funnel information to create a clear vision of what exactly the user is hoping to accomplish and how we can best design the product to help the user meet their needs.
Information Architecture
& User Flows
Defining which information would exist in what places within the app is a crucial step in the early design process. A logical and concise layout must be determined in order to help the user easily and quickly access the information they are looking for and determine which steps they will need to take to get there.
Lo-Fi Wire frames
& Prototyping

After a clear understanding is formed around the primary function of the app, the information architecture and the core user flows, then development of  lo-fi wire framing and early stage prototyping can begin to see what to the product will look like and how it will function in practice.
A highly functional tool for industry professionals that can be leveraged to consolidate tasks and serve a strategic sales and marketing device to encourage B2B growth.  
Visual UI Design

For users that are new to the brand or less tech savvy we found that it was important to include content that would outline the workflow of the app as they travelled through the key user flows. I developed a typographic scale to introduce hierarchy of the content to help visually guide the user throughout the product experience.
Although Rapid Reorder is a utilitarian tool and reference we wanted it to have the same look and feel of other Spiceology branded components. Usage of styled and directed photography and brand colors throughout not only ties in the Spiceology branding but these elements depth depth and visual hierarchy.