Mockups – Better Grids and Tables – Ware2Go’s Outbound Order Management

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Managing Large Tables and Grids – More Speed, Better Visual Access to Data

Date: December 2019

Problem: Ware2go used a large, data heavy table to manage orders. Many cells were truncated, hiding data on initial view. Prior to the “Data-tray” solution, users had to navigate away from the table to edit or add an order.

Solution: I created a data tray that opened to the right of order numbers, allowing for edits and quick views without leaving the summary view. This allowed users to quickly manage orders. The most common edits are made to incorrect information that are transferred from ecommerce sites using APIs or imported using Excel files.

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