The Spikemark project created a digital system with an innovative feature for easily laying out coloured marks on an LED stage, pushing Disguise's API/External UIs and Workflows initiatives forward. It also marked their first web-based UI for non-technical stage management teams, including Eurovision.
As a UX designer for the Spikemark project, I collaborated closely with a talented team of developers and stakeholders to create a web-based UI that was both intuitive and visually appealing. Our approach began with identifying the specific requirements and focused on designing a user-friendly interface that could be easily operated by non-technical stage management teams from Eurovision.
Working iteratively with front-end developers, we refined the designs for the interface and conducted design workshops to ensure that our solutions were in line with user needs and expectations. We also carried out user testing with stage management personnel from Eurovision, refining the UI based on their feedback to ensure seamless operation without needing to interact with the designer GUI.
The successful implementation of this feature, driven by the dedicated efforts of our team members, led to the creation of a versatile and accessible tool that set the stage for future developments in our product offerings.
Want to know more? I wrote a blog post on the project, check it out here!
Jim Knox 2023