Walmart used our proprietary sensors to track device movement in many of their brick-and-mortars.
After collecting the data we needed to display it in a meaningful way. The UX team started by visualizing the data using Tableau and validating the concepts with key stakeholders. Through iterative presentations we were able to curate a proprietary dashboard for Walmart executives to access in order to make insightful descisions about staffing and store layouts affected by dwell times and seasonality.
Walmart approached us to use our proprietary decvice tracking hardware to monitor customers in their stores. This was a new product for us, so we started to collect the data and visualize it iternally.
While the hardware team collected data, the UX team started putting together data visualizations to show the Walmart exectuive team. Luckily for us they were open to iterative design sessions. This allowed us to test and validate before leveraging our engineers to build a dashboard.
Using Sketch and Tableau to create quick data visualizations we were able to curate a set of data visualizations that delivered meaningful insights to the Walmart executive team.
Through the process we were able to create a pattern library and high resolution prototypes to start a full development lifecycle for a dashboard as a deliverable to the Walmart executive team.Back to top