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The Coca Cola Digital Community

UX & UI Architect Intern

An in-house enterprise solution for The Coca-Cola Company intended to empower IT self-evaluation and development across the company.

The Coca-Cola Digital Community is an in-house enterprise solution for The Coca-Cola Company intended to empower IT self-evaluation and development across the company while developing a shared knowledge base to inform collaborative decision-making. In tandem with the Evaluation Engine project, the Digital Community provides a platform for evaluation of IT evolution in business units as well as bottlers while also creating a central knowledge pool. This knowledge pool provides resources for development pathways, use cases, global experience-based communication, and up-to-date field insights.

I joined the Coca-Cola Digital Community's team at its interface inception in May of 2016, working from presented problem to proof of concept. I was tasked with wireframing, prototyping, and user interface architecture of the applications dashboard, Evaluation Engine page, assessment page, BU/Bottler list page, and BU/Bottler information architecture. Even further, I worked in a small agile team to develop multi-tenancy in the Evaluation Engine project that permitted the Digital Community to leverage the Evaluation Engine's pre-existing evaluation platform. 

While creating this interface, I worked in a team to manually send out preliminary evaluations to dozens of countries worldwide in order to gain initial insight into BU/Bottler IT development and future goals. This information along with the initial prototype proposal were presented to the CIO and a team of Salesforce consultants in order to build a project roadmap for automating the evaluation process and extending the global reach. 


The primary design obstacles to building the Digital Community were: 

  • Overcoming miscommunication obstacles innate to large, cross-departmental projects. More specifically, finding compromises between the large set of differing project goals/milestones received from each department.

  • Preserving the information security of every party involved, including business units and bottlers, while maintaining data transparency. 

  • Addressing language concerns for the global nature of the project - How do we make the evaluations easy and simple for non-english speaking regions?


Design Tools: Sketch, HTML/CSS

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