SAP

49er’s & SAP Scouting Web-App

Our Roles

Digital Product Design
User Experience

SAP is a multinational software corporation that helps businesses streamline processes by measuring live data and customer trends. SAP AppHaus set out to bring simplicity to the arduous and exciting NFL scouting process. Pastilla joined forces to design the app that would help scouts, trainers, executives and general managers of the San Francisco 49ers’ make informed decisions on whether to draft, claim, trade or cut players.

We worked closely with SAP AppHaus to develop a functional design, user and visual interface concepts, and complete production.

BigWave is an innovative, internet-based system built for healthcare brokers and agents to capture new leads. This lucrative and fast-paced industry requires instant communication between brokers and potential leads, therefore, we focused our resources on creating a simple user journey through responsive design and a sleek mobile interface. With every element of design, development, strategy, and execution helmed by the Pastilla team.

C H A L L E N G E

To position Warner Pacific in the new insurance marketplace by connecting health insurance carriers, brokers, and consumers with simplified and sophisticated technology.

S O L U T I O N

BigWave became the answer. Pastilla’s team served an integral role in building a sophisticated, multi-platform web app system with the ability to automatically funnel new leads and notify brokers. A first of its kind.

The look and feel of the app stays true to our philosophy of simplifying the health insurance process. This led to a clean layout both easy for the client and carrier to understand. By creating a highly functional business app, BigWave customers are now able to conduct business in a more efficient and faster way. BigWave automatically funnels qualified leads to brokers/agents from eligible carriers and captures their information instantly.

R E S U L T S

The completed SAP Scouting App received an Interaction Award (IxDA) for taking a simplistic, minimalistic design approach to visually organize a traditionally complex 10 to 12 step process into a simple 4 to 5 step process.