Left: Overview of the permissions home, within broader platform settings. Right: What it looked liked on smaller screens.
As part of Humaans’ broad and integrated offering, we were able to provide users access to a range of discount, allowing them to add new tools to their stack and then integrate with Humaans to ehnance their workflows in the platform.
While the design only shows a limited set of rewards, the goal was to create a system that could support many more. I also started to play with the navigation to support an ever expanding set of features.
A big part of Humaans' propostion was to allow users to centralise all their employee data from any tool in their “HR stack”.
I was tasked with creating a dedicated section within the product, which allowed users to manage and monitor their integrations, along with viewing the overall status.
A new home fo intergrations, showing status, errors and more.
Contract Book Integration
The natural next step, beyond just syncing data from integrations, was to allow users to create workflows using the data and events from 3rd party products, the first of them being ContractBook.
I was responsible for desiging a workflow that allowed users to utilise data from live contracts created as a result of certain events within the employee lifecyle (e.g. employement offers, compensation changes, contract updates and more).
Crucially, it also needed to highlight the status of the integration, allow users to identify errors, suggest appropriate fixes, and retry syncing once fixed.
From top left to bottom right: integration setup and testing, log for monitoring syncing, viewing and syncing contracts, and mapping data from the contract to employee profiles.
More work available on request.