Hubtill showcase
UX/UI Designer & Front-End Web Developer

Hubtill was a suit of microservices designed for the business-to-business wholesale market. It's aim was to increase efficiency in-store and throughout the supply chain, improve on-shelf availability and stock management.

Hubtill Search

Hubtill Search used Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine-learning (ML) to develop an understanding of individual customers buying behaviour. By learning who was going to be buying which products and when, suppliers and retailers the algorithm was able to predict the demand much more accurately.

The API was designed to be integrated as a third-party plugin in wholesalers and retailers e-commerce websites, and to serve detailed product information adquired from Brandbank, a company which specialises in managing and distributing FMCG (Fast-moving consumer goods) brand content.

Hubtill IOS & Android Native Scanner Apps

The functionality of both apps was exactly the same: by using the mobile camera, serve as substitute of the hand-held ordering scanners (www.opticon.com) that some wholesalers provided to some of their customers.

The main task of Hubtill Scanner Apps was to scan product barcodes and create a list of products that can be ordered from the retailer's list of associated wholesalers. As quantities can be changed on-screen, each product only need to be scanned once.

Hubtill Scanner Apps are also connected with Hubtill Stocklist Web-App. This way the IOS and Android apps can also work as a scanner to create lists of products that need to be re-stocked on the front shop.

Hubtill Stocklist

The main goal of this application was improving efficiency in stores and warehouses throught a better stock management. The app maximised the shelf replenishment process and confirmed the transfer of products from the stock room to the shelves by using smartphones and tablets.

The tipical usage of the web-app was the following: one or more employees on the front shop generating a list of products needed to replenish the shelves. Once the builder confirmed the amount of products needed, different members of staff picked those products in the stock room.

The app allowed to generate as many lists as needed and organise them (by type of products, by suppliers...) to suit the needs of the business.

The lists were stored from one session to another, so they could be re-used every time the shelves needed to be replenished changing only the amount of each product.

  • For Hubtill Search, I built a responsive user interface that consumed the Search REST API previously explained. The aim of this mini-app was to introduce the product to current Port80 customers and partners.
  • For Hubtill Scanner, I was responsible for the whole design process, from wireframes, to user flows, and then to the final UX/UI design for both IOS & Android platforms.
  • For Hubtill Stocklist, I was responsible for the UX/UI design as well as the transformation of the interactive prototype initially built with HTML, CSS and JS into AngularJS Directives and Controllers.
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