Greetings to all my inquisitive designers and dedicated blog readers. Within this post, I’m excited to recount my first client presentation. It’s quite an amusing tale if I do say so myself.
In March, I started working on a project as a junior UI/UX designer, collaborating closely with a senior designer. Upon receiving the Business Requirements Document (BRD) from the client, its contents initially left me confused. Nonetheless, I diligently commenced work on the project following the provided instructions.
Initially, my focus was on the agent portal. However, my senior designer later reassigned me to the back office admin portal, which comprises four distinct modules. I initiated my work on the first module, specifically the back office admin segment. The senior designer informed me that, in this compact module, we would only be incorporating 2 to 3 menus on the dashboard.
When I initially began the development of the back office module, I delved into the Business Requirements Document (BRD) and discovered a multitude of menus outlined within it. I meticulously organized these menus and set to work on them. Approximately 8 days into the project, my senior inquired, “Madhuri, ho