WinterMilestone 4 Team Ganler
Requestor's birds eye view of jobs created to monitor and analyse the progress effectively
Theme: Task Ranking
Solve through: Science
Feature_Voting_Forum : Worker/requester matching
1. Add filters to task feed
2. Choose the features which can be added to filters
3. Rate workers by skill category
What’s the phenomenon you’re interested in ?
How can the requestor monitor different tasks provided by him being accepted at a time and understand the progress or the stalling of his jobs
The requestor doesn’t have a single view to monitor all his tasks effectively and doesn’t get interactive feedback on what he just needs a gist.
The experimental design
The designers will design an interactive system of view of all the jobs provided by the requestors.
What conditions: Along with what the requestor is already able to view, the requestor should be able to view the birds eye view of all the work he has currently put on the platform, their progress and be able to interact simply with the page to get the required information reducing the interaction by minimizing the number of clicks/interactions, on the interface.
Viewing all the jobs the requestor has submitted at the time will give a good understanding for the requestor to analyse and further add jobs or decide on what is to be done in future.
Also the requestor also gets a good idea on what jobs are filling up quick and what jobs are in demand and gets done quickly with good quality.
This creates a good opportunity for the requestor to add more tasks creating more opportunities for the workers.
Also there can be multiple features to be displayed on the pop up such as
1. Job Completion 2. Jobs left 3. Worker concentration 4. Ranking of all the different jobs put together 5. Feedback on the particular job type
The result: The result will be a happy system for the requester to understand the overall progress with his tasks. The platform will be easily merge into his everyday life and activities unlike needing special attention. A good design is a design unnoticed!