Polyblog Web app

Mange your content

Mange your content

Mange your content

Polyblog is a B2B platform to help companies translate articles to multiple languages and improve their content marketing strategy.

Polyblog is a B2B platform to help companies translate articles to multiple languages and improve their content marketing strategy.

Polyblog is a B2B platform to help companies translate articles to multiple languages and improve their content marketing strategy.

Client

Waiterio Startup

Services

UI & UX Design UX Research web app design Social Media designs

Industries

SaaS product aim B2B market/ Mangeing Content

Date

October 2021 to July 2022

App Screen with open sidebar
App Screen with open sidebar
App Screen with open sidebar

Overview

Waiterio is a restaurant order management SaaS company that offers an excellent software solution for new restaurants to build and manage their businesses successfully.

They are preparing to launch their new project Polyblog, and require assistance with the design process. Polyblog is a B2B platform that helps companies write, publish, and translate articles in a user-friendly and accessible manner to improve their content marketing strategies.


The Story Behind Polyblog.

When I start working as UX/UI designer on Waiterio and researching the concept of Polyblog. The founder of Waiterio talks to me a lot about the goal of Polyblog and the story behind it.

The Founder of Polyblog is a back-end developer who makes a dashboard to control the marketing content for Waiterio and finds that he needs content to be in different languages to reach more users.


My Role

We are a team consisting of Giorgio, the founder of Polyblog, Saud, the main developer, Abhi, the marketing lead, and Victor, the assistant marketer. My responsibility is to design the side project, Polyblog, and assist with minor tasks for Waiterio.

My tasks include:
  1. Creating the landing page from scratch.

  2. Assisting with the design of a web app management system for the product based on UX research methods and user stories, and collaborating with the developer to make it easy to use and intuitive.

  3. Establishing the style guide and color scheme.

  4. Developing the design system for Polyblog based on Material Design principles.

With help from Giorgio and Saud, I gained a better understanding of what we need and where we need to focus. This way, users can have a friendly experience even if we don’t yet have all the features they might need.


Problem & process

This project is about constructing an MVP for Polyblog and improving what we have till now. The MVP will let users write, publish and translate articles through the platform. In the future, users will be able to hire a translator if h/she needs one.

Goals

User Goals
  1. Design the landing page without being overwhelmed by the amount of content.

  2. Enable users to create a Multilingual blog easily.

  3. Develop an intuitive experience for the web app that achieve user goal.

Business Goals
  1. Improve the user experience by developing a consistent landing page/ web app and setting up a design system for Polyblog.

  2. Increase views and develop the web app management system with the help of the developer

  3. Intuitively figure out the differences between user flow (Translator / Editor)

  4. Analysis of user behavior and depending on it make our priorities.

User Stories

User story for Editors:

To begin, the editor should log in to Polyblog. From there, they will be able to see the new article button to add the first article to his blog.

  • 1. Editor needs to add the language of Spanish to his articles.




  • 2. Editor needs to assign an article to translate to Spanish, So Editor needs:

    A. Invite translator from team page B. Editor go back to the article page and try to assign article for translation by:

    Step one: click on the cross icon:


    Step Two: The article will be translated into Spanish by a machine translator and will appear like this:


    Step Three: click again to assign it to a Human translate


    Step Four: editor clicks on the Human Translate icon. Two options will appear :

  • Notice: we are in progress to add this step

    • Assign to Human translator

    • Edit to machine translate




User story for Translator:


  1. Once he is logged in, the translator is going to see which articles he has to work on. He needs to see what action he needs to do and the status of his work.


  2. The translator wants to be able to see the articles he has to work on, when he does that, he wants to take a break and continue to do it Later. When he came back, he finishes his work and ask for the creator to review it. Two hours later, the creator approves it and the translation is done.


Persona


The target personas for this product are:

Editor


The editor needs to be able to write an article, automatically translate it using Google Translate API, or assign a translator to translate it and then pay the translator.


Translator

The translator might be able to manage the articles assigned to him, translate, request a review from an editor, and get paid.

But the key persona is the editor because, in the end, he’ll be more valuable in it



Overview

Waiterio is a restaurant order management SaaS company that offers an excellent software solution for new restaurants to build and manage their businesses successfully.

They are preparing to launch their new project Polyblog, and require assistance with the design process. Polyblog is a B2B platform that helps companies write, publish, and translate articles in a user-friendly and accessible manner to improve their content marketing strategies.


The Story Behind Polyblog.

When I start working as UX/UI designer on Waiterio and researching the concept of Polyblog. The founder of Waiterio talks to me a lot about the goal of Polyblog and the story behind it.

The Founder of Polyblog is a back-end developer who makes a dashboard to control the marketing content for Waiterio and finds that he needs content to be in different languages to reach more users.


My Role

We are a team consisting of Giorgio, the founder of Polyblog, Saud, the main developer, Abhi, the marketing lead, and Victor, the assistant marketer. My responsibility is to design the side project, Polyblog, and assist with minor tasks for Waiterio.

My tasks include:
  1. Creating the landing page from scratch.

  2. Assisting with the design of a web app management system for the product based on UX research methods and user stories, and collaborating with the developer to make it easy to use and intuitive.

  3. Establishing the style guide and color scheme.

  4. Developing the design system for Polyblog based on Material Design principles.

With help from Giorgio and Saud, I gained a better understanding of what we need and where we need to focus. This way, users can have a friendly experience even if we don’t yet have all the features they might need.


Problem & process

This project is about constructing an MVP for Polyblog and improving what we have till now. The MVP will let users write, publish and translate articles through the platform. In the future, users will be able to hire a translator if h/she needs one.

Goals

User Goals
  1. Design the landing page without being overwhelmed by the amount of content.

  2. Enable users to create a Multilingual blog easily.

  3. Develop an intuitive experience for the web app that achieve user goal.

Business Goals
  1. Improve the user experience by developing a consistent landing page/ web app and setting up a design system for Polyblog.

  2. Increase views and develop the web app management system with the help of the developer

  3. Intuitively figure out the differences between user flow (Translator / Editor)

  4. Analysis of user behavior and depending on it make our priorities.

User Stories

User story for Editors:

To begin, the editor should log in to Polyblog. From there, they will be able to see the new article button to add the first article to his blog.

  • 1. Editor needs to add the language of Spanish to his articles.




  • 2. Editor needs to assign an article to translate to Spanish, So Editor needs:

    A. Invite translator from team page B. Editor go back to the article page and try to assign article for translation by:

    Step one: click on the cross icon:


    Step Two: The article will be translated into Spanish by a machine translator and will appear like this:


    Step Three: click again to assign it to a Human translate


    Step Four: editor clicks on the Human Translate icon. Two options will appear :

  • Notice: we are in progress to add this step

    • Assign to Human translator

    • Edit to machine translate




User story for Translator:


  1. Once he is logged in, the translator is going to see which articles he has to work on. He needs to see what action he needs to do and the status of his work.


  2. The translator wants to be able to see the articles he has to work on, when he does that, he wants to take a break and continue to do it Later. When he came back, he finishes his work and ask for the creator to review it. Two hours later, the creator approves it and the translation is done.


Persona


The target personas for this product are:

Editor


The editor needs to be able to write an article, automatically translate it using Google Translate API, or assign a translator to translate it and then pay the translator.


Translator

The translator might be able to manage the articles assigned to him, translate, request a review from an editor, and get paid.

But the key persona is the editor because, in the end, he’ll be more valuable in it



Overview

Waiterio is a restaurant order management SaaS company that offers an excellent software solution for new restaurants to build and manage their businesses successfully.

They are preparing to launch their new project Polyblog, and require assistance with the design process. Polyblog is a B2B platform that helps companies write, publish, and translate articles in a user-friendly and accessible manner to improve their content marketing strategies.


The Story Behind Polyblog.

When I start working as UX/UI designer on Waiterio and researching the concept of Polyblog. The founder of Waiterio talks to me a lot about the goal of Polyblog and the story behind it.

The Founder of Polyblog is a back-end developer who makes a dashboard to control the marketing content for Waiterio and finds that he needs content to be in different languages to reach more users.


My Role

We are a team consisting of Giorgio, the founder of Polyblog, Saud, the main developer, Abhi, the marketing lead, and Victor, the assistant marketer. My responsibility is to design the side project, Polyblog, and assist with minor tasks for Waiterio.

My tasks include:
  1. Creating the landing page from scratch.

  2. Assisting with the design of a web app management system for the product based on UX research methods and user stories, and collaborating with the developer to make it easy to use and intuitive.

  3. Establishing the style guide and color scheme.

  4. Developing the design system for Polyblog based on Material Design principles.

With help from Giorgio and Saud, I gained a better understanding of what we need and where we need to focus. This way, users can have a friendly experience even if we don’t yet have all the features they might need.


Problem & process

This project is about constructing an MVP for Polyblog and improving what we have till now. The MVP will let users write, publish and translate articles through the platform. In the future, users will be able to hire a translator if h/she needs one.

Goals

User Goals
  1. Design the landing page without being overwhelmed by the amount of content.

  2. Enable users to create a Multilingual blog easily.

  3. Develop an intuitive experience for the web app that achieve user goal.

Business Goals
  1. Improve the user experience by developing a consistent landing page/ web app and setting up a design system for Polyblog.

  2. Increase views and develop the web app management system with the help of the developer

  3. Intuitively figure out the differences between user flow (Translator / Editor)

  4. Analysis of user behavior and depending on it make our priorities.

User Stories

User story for Editors:

To begin, the editor should log in to Polyblog. From there, they will be able to see the new article button to add the first article to his blog.

  • 1. Editor needs to add the language of Spanish to his articles.




  • 2. Editor needs to assign an article to translate to Spanish, So Editor needs:

    A. Invite translator from team page B. Editor go back to the article page and try to assign article for translation by:

    Step one: click on the cross icon:


    Step Two: The article will be translated into Spanish by a machine translator and will appear like this:


    Step Three: click again to assign it to a Human translate


    Step Four: editor clicks on the Human Translate icon. Two options will appear :

  • Notice: we are in progress to add this step

    • Assign to Human translator

    • Edit to machine translate




User story for Translator:


  1. Once he is logged in, the translator is going to see which articles he has to work on. He needs to see what action he needs to do and the status of his work.


  2. The translator wants to be able to see the articles he has to work on, when he does that, he wants to take a break and continue to do it Later. When he came back, he finishes his work and ask for the creator to review it. Two hours later, the creator approves it and the translation is done.


Persona


The target personas for this product are:

Editor


The editor needs to be able to write an article, automatically translate it using Google Translate API, or assign a translator to translate it and then pay the translator.


Translator

The translator might be able to manage the articles assigned to him, translate, request a review from an editor, and get paid.

But the key persona is the editor because, in the end, he’ll be more valuable in it



Product Designer interested in SaaS products for education and hospitality. Have a passion for Research and conducting UX Audit

Product Designer interested in SaaS products for education and hospitality. Have a passion for Research and conducting UX Audit

Product Designer interested in SaaS products for education and hospitality. Have a passion for Research and conducting UX Audit