Oil Production Optimization Platform

Designing detailed screens for a dashboard that allows field engineers to use AI to optimize oil production. Design work approved for development handoff.

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/Interaction Patterns /Usability Testing /Detailed Design

Project Overview

Oil producers collect vast amounts of data, like motor temperature and pump intake pressure, but struggle to present information in thoughtful ways. Our team designed a dashboard for field engineers to manage their assets (fields, wells, and devices). The platform uses AI to increase automation in oil fields, cutting costs while boosting oil production and optimizing equipment lifespan.

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Old design of equipment management tool


After months of collaborating with SMEs and business partners to gather product requirements, interviewing field engineers, and iterating on designs, our team created an extensive component library and detailed screens for MVP 1 of the dashboard, signed off and approved for development handoff.

My Responsibilities

I collaborated with a design team of 7 to craft detailed designs and a component library for the dashboard. Each sprint engaged with SMEs to gather product requirements and gauge whether our designs aligned with their vision and sufficiently addressed the needs of the field engineers. I experimented with various interaction patterns, consistently tackling the challenge of how can I best present an abundance of valuable information.

A central objective for our team was learning which data took precedence in the dashboard's design, ensuring it was most beneficial for engineers. Additionally, as part of this team, it was necessary to understand the intricacies of the oil and energy industry and the daily operations of field engineers, which was quite a learning curve.

Design Iterations: Wireframe to final detailed designs

Design Approach and Operations

With six designers working in parallel, we needed to lean into building a design system early. The collection of patterns and components enabled designers to simultaneously deliver elements that provide a cohesive user experience and support an efficient development process.