Speed Limit

How can open conversations with the team create efficiency with a new project?
Project background
I always get excited about a challenging project that gets me out of my comfort zone! This is the sort of work that sparks creativity and reminds me of my passion for UX/UI design.

This project truly was one of a kind. I worked on the project for NZTA through Abely, and it ran over a period of just 10 days. NZTA then selected their favourite design from multiple submissions, based on UX/UI, development and efficiency. Our design not only won, but NZTA were left thoroughly impressed by our work!
Prototype Two
National Speed
Limit Registeration
The task was to create a website based on Geospatial Mapping, displaying the speed limits of all New Zealand’s roads. The challenge followed different scenarios and user flows for a variety of user types; For example, Government, Police etc. Each user type having a unique UI, with customised flow and experience.

"The most important thing in communication is to hear what isn't being said." ~ Peter F. Drucker

Prototype Three
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Project Duration
10 Days.
Open Conversations
This was a huge project with lots of small details and an impending deadline. At the beginning, I felt a little out of my comfort zone – especially considering my lack of knowledge in Geospatial Mapping! But with open conversations, where I asked questions and jotted down details – I collected enough data to do efficient work.
These open conversations also helped the team to refine ideas and get more answers.
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Geospatial Mapping
This was my first project designing with Geospatial Mapping. While it was intimidating at first, through it I gained skills, experience and confidence.
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"Mona is a talented, enthusiastic and energetic UX/UI specialist with great ideas, solid design, and strong implementation. It has been a real pleasure working with Mona and we hope to do so again in the future.
Alex Oulton Principal FME specialist and spatial advisor at Abley
Let’s chat about how we can work together!
Say hello: mail@monagabr.co.nz

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