2. Ux design
3. UI Design
A new masonry grid that allows the user a better visualization of the running auctions and an endless scroll for improving the product discovery.
A bid from the feed button that allows the users to place a bid directly from the feed instead of the product description.
New bidding area with information about the last 3 bidders and a less crowded call to action and top bar.
A new one-step checkout that makes the selection of the product easier and the payment in one flow (before we had one flow for payment and then another for checkout)
In the former design, if a user wanted to check where the product they had bought was, it was very difficult, and once they reached that area, they could only see the information about their order one at a time.
What have I learned?
In my 14 years working in the Ux field, this was the first time I worked inside the development team. Most of my career has been carried out in the consultant area or as a partner in design studios with limited scope and hours per project. Working full time inside the company allowed me to dedicate more time to the discovery phase and get clearer and faster retro-alimentation from the management and development teams during all the phases of the project.