We worked with Wine Australia in a cross-functional team of business and data analysts, designers, user experience gurus, data engineers, front-end web developers and delivery leads.
We use Agile practices at Aginic, and the development of the Wine Australia dashboards followed the Scrum framework. Each sprint started with a planning session where we agreed on the goals and priorities. The sprint involved daily stand-ups with all development teams, backlog refinement sessions and sprint reviews to showcase the incremental value presented back to stakeholders for feedback.
Before starting development, we collaborated closely with Wine Australia through a series of discovery activities, including a vision and objectives workshop, design thinking and UX workshops, way of working sessions and backlog creation. This suite of workshops was integral in laying out the foundation for the project roadmap.
User testing was conducted using a high-fidelity interactive prototype created in Figma. This tool allowed users to get the feel of the dashboard early in the piece without needing to wait for the build of pipelines or dashboards.
A demonstration of our high fidelity protoype created in Figma.
The user testing culminated in a final sprint that focused on improving the performance of the dashboards without adding any new features. We discussed goals and priorities and agreed on expectations of performance for the final dashboard. The final sprint re-created the data model and visualisation aspects of the dashboard to maximise performance.