While XIX Entry promises the ease of logging into web apps manually, the on boarding needed to be optimised to reduce drop off rate. Aside from revisions to be made after the first usertesting, prototypes for various new user scenarios had to be created to ensure inclusivity.
We began with information architecture to have clarity on the new flow of XIX and championing its restrictions & opportunities. Redesigns and new interface additions were made to support the user in every way.
Value of XIX Entry
Users can sign in to their favorite web apps by face using web cameras on laptops and desktop devices. Entry helps organizations prevent account takeover attacks, credential breaches, phishing and password spraying attacks by using biometric authentication, as a superior alternative to a legacy MFA solutions.
What XIX has been upto recently...
XIX recently acquired a partnership with Okta and is running demos with clients, including Robinhood app. XIX is shaping up to not only serve end users but also be an enterprise solution.
Signing up with face ID
Connecting web apps
The different flows I designed for
Foundations for the experience
Laying out the information architecture
The same page as viewed by different levels of users.
- Acquired a partnership with Okta! To bring a next level SSO (single-sign on) experience. - Users faced minimal friction in web app addition (we anticipated, they might be unsure on how to leave sign-up to resume later on) - Overall rate of trust in service increased (prompted by quick info on data storage, accessibility)
Prototype snippets - interact with them! *please view in full screen for optimized experience*
On-boarding experience with XIX Entry
Sign in - for pre-existing credentials available
For full prototype and experience, please reach out to me here.
The next phase for this web based tool will be to develop more specific uses such as for corporate environments and individual use.