Making a large order easy by implementing accordians to help structure checkout flow.
Leading fast food retailer KFC had recently migrated its typical over the counter menu to online, but was facing usability problems due to the complex nature of meal packages and upsells.
Over the course of a few weeks in group design sessions with product experts we were able to analyse and synthesize the various menu options in clear user journeys that were aided by a various front end technologies.
The outcomes were prototyped into clickable guis and tested among stakeholders to ensure all ordering options were covered, and easily managed by users. This meant that users could choose different Fries, and flavouring types to different cooked Chicken in various family or group sized boxes. It was no simple process, but after the update the order and checkout process was much more streamlined and far more user friendly.
12x Photoshop files
12x User journey's
14x Client design workshops
User types were based on pick up type.
Different payment types was just differnt online payments.
Upon order confirmation a having a promo box kept uses in the KFC flow.
Even at the checkout, the option was given to upsell.