Steve M-G
An artist with a hard candy design shell.
 The AllAccess project was a first for our team. Usually we design for the phone first then tablet, but in this case the primary customer was a tablet user. AllAccess was already out in market but the product team wanted to update the infographic, the ui, and functionality. Plus the new design should reflect the changes in Android with the release of Material Design.

AT&T AllAccess

The AllAccess project was a first for our team. Usually we design for the phone first then tablet, but in this case the primary customer was a tablet user. AllAccess was already out in market but the product team wanted to update the infographic, the ui, and functionality. Plus the new design should reflect the changes in Android with the release of Material Design.

AllAccess provides a user with the status of their data package. It gives the user the amount consumed by "this" device, and the amount used by any other devices tied to the account. The user can set an alert, and see a trend graphic that shows the rate of their consumption against the cycling of their bill plan.

The previous design was bar shape infographic that didn't really give enough visual feedback. We wrestled with showing how much data is remaining vs. how much used, and the best way to reference the device(s) that could be on the account.

© 2016 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property. Other trademarks and logos are owned by their respective entities.

 The AllAccess project was a first for our team. Usually we design for the phone first then tablet, but in this case the primary customer was a tablet user. AllAccess was already out in market but the product team wanted to update the infographic, the ui, and functionality. Plus the new design should reflect the changes in Android with the release of Material Design.

The AllAccess project was a first for our team. Usually we design for the phone first then tablet, but in this case the primary customer was a tablet user. AllAccess was already out in market but the product team wanted to update the infographic, the ui, and functionality. Plus the new design should reflect the changes in Android with the release of Material Design.

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 AllAccess provides a user with the status of their data package. It gives the user the amount consumed by "this" device, and the amount used by any other devices tied to the account. The user can set an alert, and see a trend graphic that shows the rate of their consumption against the cycling of their bill plan.

AllAccess provides a user with the status of their data package. It gives the user the amount consumed by "this" device, and the amount used by any other devices tied to the account. The user can set an alert, and see a trend graphic that shows the rate of their consumption against the cycling of their bill plan.

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 The previous design was bar shape infographic that didn't really give enough visual feedback. We wrestled with showing how much data is remaining vs. how much used, and the best way to reference the device(s) that could be on the account.   

The previous design was bar shape infographic that didn't really give enough visual feedback. We wrestled with showing how much data is remaining vs. how much used, and the best way to reference the device(s) that could be on the account.

 

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 © 2016 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property. Other trademarks and logos are owned by their respective entities.

© 2016 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property. Other trademarks and logos are owned by their respective entities.