In 2014, I was lead UX designer on a team redesigning Keurig’s e-commerce site. The primary goal of the project was to create a cohesive responsive e-commerce experience. The secondary goal was to address the brand strategy of Keurig and Green Mountain Coffee.
The project was initiated by hosting a user journey-mapping session at Havas. This session validated a Functional Requirements Document (RFD) that listed the initial features that the experience was to have.
The prioritized features list was then evaluated by representatives of the development team and given a time estimation. This enabled the team to divide features into: MVP features to be built for launch, Second iteration features to be implemented 3-6 months after initial launch, and Third iteration features to be implemented another 3-6 months after that.
The MVP Information Architecture and site structure was then designed around the features and persona goals. The data structure included a robust tagging and navigation system that allowed different personas to navigate the site in different ways.
Information Architecture diagram by Chia Yung Hee http://www.yungheechia.com/
Once the IA was finalized, work began on the initial wireframes for top priority pages such as Home, Brewer Home, and Flavor Home pages.