Elevating Building Management: Lead UX/UI Design for Witco

Witco (ex-MonBuilding)
UX/UI Lead
2017 - 2022

About the project

Witco: The Ultimate White-Label Building Management Platform for Offices, Co-Working Spaces, and Residential Housing!

From 2017 to 2022, I had the privilege of working closely with the founding team as the Lead UX/UI designer of the Witco platform, a white-label SaaS solution for Building management.

What started as a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) has since grown into a comprehensive solution with over 50 customizable modules, designed to streamline the daily operations of managers and occupants alike – whether they be tenants, employees, or residents.

Today, I'm proud to say that Witco is currently implemented in over 800 buildings and used by more than 5000 companies, making a positive impact on the lives of thousands of people every day.

My Role:

In my role as the Lead Designer I wore many hats:

  • Collaborated with the founders and project owner team to ideate, create, and update modules for the app and web.
  • Designed new modules from scratch, from ideation to developer hand-off.
  • Reviewed and proposed new approaches to enhance the user experience.
  • Conducted regular testing and iterations to refine the design.
  • Created and maintained a white-label design system.
  • Designed custom icons and illustrations to enhance the platform's visual appeal.
  • Provided design hand-off to developers for seamless execution.
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The journey with Witco was both challenging and rewarding. When I joined the team, the aim was clear but the path was uncertain. I had the privilege of working closely with the founding team to understand not just the technical requirements but also the real-world challenges faced by building managers and occupants. This understanding became the bedrock upon which the diverse range of Witco’s 50+ modules was designed.

It was incredibly fulfilling to see how the interface and user experiences I designed contributed to simplifying the complexities of building management.

Leading the UX/UI aspects of Witco was a pivotal experience in my design career. It taught me the importance of marrying design aesthetics with functional efficacy and showed me firsthand how thoughtful design can make a significant impact on a large scale.

Working with the team was an amazing experience that added a unique layer of richness and collaboration to the project. I'm proud to have been part of a venture that made a tangible difference in the quality of life for its users. The skills and insights gained from this experience are invaluable, and I eagerly anticipate applying this holistic approach to future projects.