DisputeSuite.com is a SAAS application that serves the Credit Repair Industry Worldwide. We are the the largest provider of credit repair software, and education. See more about us at http://www.DisputeSuite.com or http://www.DisputeSuite.biz.
We are searching for an EXTREMELY HIGH quality designer to assist us in making our user experience even better than it already is. We are consistently trying to exceed our clients expectations, and by virtue of this project we hope to make their experience in using our application even better. The right designer will create a process experience that will help our clients save time. The likelihood of future work for the right person is EXTREMELY high.. So give it your best shot... We have A LOT more work that needs to be done!
Here is a link to a video that explains the project.. Please watch this first- then read the descriptions and accompanying data sheets:
As part of our software, users enter specific account information to be tracked in the application.
Currently the entry process is a two step process which can create a backlog based on the amount of refreshes needed and time to enter multiple accounts.. .
The new design should be a single page entry for multiple accounts simultaneously...
The cleanliness, and easy of use is of the utmost importance to us..
The goal is to be able to have a single page for our clients to enter all of the accounts that they are tracking..
Please keep in mind, there are multiple account types, and each account type will have various different field requirements. In the attached document, it will outline the field type's names and it will also have screen shots of the existing system...
I created a demo account so anyone can login to see how the system works:
User Name: test 4
Please review the uploaded files- word doc, and excel sheet..
BEFORE you review those, please watch the video that's located here
Our existing process for adding items was a 2-step process:
Step one they would choose:
1. Item Type (DropDown)
2. Data Furnisher (DropDown)
3. Dispute Instructions (DropDown)
The selection that they chose in Step 3 would auto-populate into a Text Box for them to edit- this is still a design requirment- there must still be a step 3 drop-down, and a free text box
Step 4- they would choose which Credit Reporting Agencies the item was reporting to - this is a choice based on 3 check boxes
From there - they would click "NEXT" and would be brought to the next page which would have more field to select- but the fields to select would be based on which item type they chose..