Graphic & Website Design For

Company Overivew is a SaaS product that recognizes voice recognition by transcribing recordings during calls and meetings into a documented transcript.

My Role

I was a Web & Graphic designer at, working among multiple departments to produce assets, google presentation, user interface, extension, and website pages.


April 2018 to June 2018: Product, Website, Graphic Design, & Development. Cover Image.

The Objective

Revisioning the interface, product, asset, branding, & website.

As a design intern at, the main objective of the position is to improve the company's SaaS product user experience, user interface, website, branding, and assets that are consistent and user friendly.


Learning the business goals, competitors, and problems

Competitive analysis

I conducted a competitive analysis to grasp a better understanding of the company's competitors, strengths, weaknesses, and potential opportunities that could be improved or changed when redesigning the product. Through analysis, the three main competitors consisted of Drift, Cassette 2.0, Spext, and Rekk. swot analysis
A quick S.W.O.T analysis company analysis of competitors competitor list
User Feedback

The company had multiple departments that contributed to gathering user feedback from clients and customers based on the various design iterations I've developed. From there, specific departments would provide me data, client & user feedback, and changes that needed to either be iterated or improved upon the initial designs.

“The text was too light and quite hard to read or notice; scannability and clarity are much easier to read and go through.”
Lack of trust & legitimacy among users

The lack of branding in its early stages caused a lot of inconsistency and confusion across multiple SaaS platforms offered to customers. Within the various products that offered either consisted of different colors, text, and layout, which prompts questioning of the company's legitimacy among users and the differentiating against other competing products in the market. company analysis of competitors
Left old previous branding colors. Right new branding colors.
Strenuous transcript readability and scannability

Voice recordings made through are automatically transcribed into transcripts where users could digest information on mobile or web devices. The initial transcript design had a very basic document structure of plain text making it hard for users to digest and take notes on important key points and conversations made during that specific meeting. old transcript sample output
Old transcript sample output.
Lacking visibility & affordances on chrome extension chrome extension’s initial design gravely lacked the necessary visibility & proper affordances to generate ease of usability and accessibility among users. Buttons were hidden, missing, or out of the ordinarily expected placement leading to a complicated learning curve and user experience.

Complicated landing page

The company's landing page navigability was sophisticated and confusing for many new users. It lacked branding and unity in assets that would help set the company apart from other products in the market. Poor user flow, hierarchy, and layout design also led to fewer customers and conversion rates.

Strategy Plan

Understanding users to redesign Fireflies’s product and branding.

User stories

The development of user stories came from other departments given to me for a better grasp of insight, understanding, and approach of who I’m explicitly designing for. It also helps break down and explains the importance of understanding my users who, what, and why the needs of this particular SaaS product.

User Flow

Laying out the original SaaS product user flow brings clarity and vision on what current problems, friction, and tension exists. I redesigned the user flow by taking out and implementing new sections and pages that could hypothetically improve and enhance user experiences for the extension, email, and website redesign. Userflow Sketches
3 out of 15 iteration user flow for website, extension, and transcript
Researching users and defining targeted user audiences

When I boarded as a design intern at, an extensive amount of research, vision, and goal, the company had previously researched on was debriefed to me by the CEO & Co-Founder. It gave me a better perspective about who my audiences are that I would be designing for. Several user-targeted groups consist of Finance, Legal, & Education user markets.


Exploring different creative solutions, design layouts, and branding.

Brainstorm & Sketch

Meetings were frequent during my time at We would have 1-2 meetings every week to discuss new changes, features, development, and progress made from each department. During these meetings, I would explain the proposed design changes, new features, and potential product improvements. Often, I would receive feedback and critique from other departments on what changes, enhancements, or iterations could be made to create a better user experience.

Notes, brainstorming, and research taken down on my notebook Sitemap

I created a sitemap for the company's landing page, about page, and customer feedback page to visually see and potential design changes made to improve and enhance its user experiences. Sitemap for the website landing page, about page, and customer feedback page Wireframes

Wireframes were developed after approvals from earlier stages of discussions, brainstorming, sketches, and sitemaps that have been agreed upon by the CEO. During the wireframing process, multiple iterations and design changes were made based on rapid user testing, feedback, and research conducted by other departments.

Wireframes designed for
Left mobile wireframe. Right website wireframe.

A higher fidelity prototype was created based on iterations, changes, and improvements made during the wireframing process. The prototype mockups were created for user testing on actual clients to gain better insights and feedback for improving the product's user experiences. Again the conducted research, learnings, and data information collected were given to me to understand better what improvements were to be made on the mockups.

User testing results & insights

From the given conducted user research and data, I've learned that drastic iterations and improvements were necessary on several different projects. The email redesign lacked color contrast as clients had found it hard to distinguish between the two texts within the same line. On the website mockup redesign, feedbacks were given that it needed change and improvements of the overall visual hierarchy on several different pages. As for the extension mockup, improvements were needed in areas where user interactions aren't prominent or accessible, which was disrupting the product user experience.

The solution

Redesigning & unifying all application interfaces to create a cohesive and delightful user experience.

Rebranding color scheme

I worked on reshaping the company's color scheme by simplifying the number of colors from the previous palette to unify a consistent rhythm, pattern, and identity across its software applications. Working closely with the Founders exploring different possibilities and iteration from a list of multiple proposed color palettes was essential in the decision-making process.

Branding helps set company language and differentiation in the market. company analysis of competitors
Moodboard | Color iterations | Final color descisions
Improving the transcript usability and scannability

To improve the transcript scannability, I redesigned the document by improving its hierarchy, contrast, spacing, and separation to emphasize valuable information and visibility to users. The redesign incorporated colors to help differentiate between important and unimportant information within a paragraph, sentence, or article. Contrast also helped improve reader scannability and user attention by alleviating the strenuous work of reading through a block of text. Hierarchy, spacing, and separation also improve user experiences by leading the eye with focus and differentiation of importance between blocks of text and sections of contents.

Transcript design for
Transcript design for
Redesigning the extension

The redesign extension process started with creating a product specification defining what features is needed for the newly designed application. Understanding user flow was also an essential area in developing the sketches and wireframes for user testing. With the redesign, I focused on improving the usability of the product by designing buttons that's easily discoverable and visible to users increasing the success chance of users reaching their intended goals. Contrast, hierarchy, colors, and other design elements were also incorporated to improve the visual readability and user experiences. Further improvements and iterations were made based on validation of client feedback and user testing conducted by other departments.

Extension design for Redesigning the website

Redesigning the landing page for started with creating sitemaps to visually help define, improve, and resolve any friction or pot-holes on the existing landing page. During this project, I was assigned to work directly with a senior designer to help supply any assets or branding materials needed for the redesign of the landing page.

Implementing feedback for Netflix Party
Asset design credits goes to: Satyaji
Designed marketing ads & company presentation decks

I approached designing the marketing materials, pitch decks, and templates by the understanding of who my user-targeted audiences were. Pitch decks, templates, and marketing materials were designed based on the newly rebranded color palette to instill the company's new branding identity. company analysis of competitors
6 out of 9 templates currently displayed


Redesigned branding, presentation, interface, and websites for Transcript Deisgn
Some of the assets & layouts were designed by Satyaji

key learnings

What I’ve learned throughout my internship at

My experiences and learnings @ is my first company and internship I've worked at as a designer during my second year of college. I was responsible for most of the company's foundational redesign and development of their branding & products.

During my internship, I learned a lot in the first two months working alongside different departments by understanding the importance and contribution they make in meeting the project's deadline. In the early stages, I struggled a bit in getting used to the workflow, daily meetings, and showcasing design works and changes I've made for the project. But over time, I overcame that struggle and anxiety from proposing, presenting, and explaining my design changes in front of multiple departments within the company. I also learned a lot from working on numerous design projects such as designing: pitch decks, marketing material/template, website, email, transcript, chrome extension, and HTML & CSS development.

Throughout my internship experiences at, I had learned and gained a lot of different skills and knowledge from working at a SaaS start-up company. I gained a lot of insights and experiences as a designer as I had the chance to work with multiple departments with various work processes, delivery systems, and communication processes. It has also improved my career and profession as a designer by understanding how to manage and approach numerous design projects and problems that I had never worked on at hand. Overall, the main takeaways I've gained working at as an intern was:

  • Understanding the business roadmap, workflow, and operations to efficiently work around and deliver projects to meet deadlines and product launch dates.

  • Communication between departments, gathering feedback, and understanding their role was vitally important to stay on track and on task to meet deadlines.

  • I've learned that managing and working on multiple project design requires a different design approach by adhering to the product specs and an understanding of the development side when redesigning a product interface.