About the Project

Cloudeye is a platform responsible for managing web services. Given its extensive capabilities, creating a smooth user experience and a clutter-free, appealing, and friendly user interface was essential.​​​​​​​
Since the product is proprietary to a private company, I cannot divulge every detail of the UX research I conducted. However, my approach remained consistent, which is vital for such a significant platform:

 • User Research: Initially, I aimed to interview both users and clients to understand why the platform was necessary. I sought to identify what was lacking and pinpoint the users' pain points.
 • User Personas & Wireframes: Establishing user personas was crucial to keep the pain points organized and focused, given the large number of users with overlapping issues. Although wireframes are not always necessary and can be time-consuming, I found them to be particularly beneficial in providing extra clarity for the clients during presentations, which is especially important for a large platform.
 • User Interface: I chose a dark theme based on user needs and designed the interface to be clean and organized, ensuring every piece of information has its proper place.

During this project, I had the opportunity 

Here's a glimpse of the beautiful, and elegant UI.
About the Design System
When working on a large-scale product that serves hundreds of users and involves numerous developers, product managers, and QA personnel, establishing a clear set of rules is crucial for maintaining consistency in the UI and ensuring alignment among all team members.
The solution is to establish a single source of truth accessible to everyone, whether it's me, the product designer, or the other stakeholders. I'm excited to introduce the Cloudeye Design System, which comprises 120 distinct components, along with grids, colors, typography, and page templates. The Cloudeye Design System stands as a prime example of atomic design at its finest.
Here's a brief preview.

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