This meant that the backend of this product, while functional, contained over 1,500 stored procedures and needed to be redesigned and reworked for a few reasons: cumbersome reporting, the fragile nature of old coding practices, and the need to increase security. With the database rebuild deemed as a necessity, we showed QTS our hi-fidelity prototype for a healthcare web application we had developed a few months prior. This led to a conversation on the idea of redesigning the QTD software front-to-back to produce QTD 2.0™.
Rebuild an outdated platform into an industry-agnostic scalable web application.
A modern, cloud-based, all-in-one learning & compliance platform that’s designed for the people, by the people, and with the people.
The conference provided the means to interview the clients’ biggest stakeholders - their users. We held a UX Roundtable discussion and asked three major questions:
We take a collaborative & iterative approach to design: improving every time until we’re all happy.