Some Globus stores host special showroom areas that are focused on a special product range, e.g. suitcases. Showrooms are equipped with a large table on which products can be presented to customers in an appealing way. The terminals are integrated in the tables and are limited to the product range of the showroom. They enhance the buying process, e.g. by showing more variants of the product as well as handle the purchase directly on the table.
For this project I took over the role of a project manager. The development of the terminals went over a period of three month, our team consisted of three remote developers and me. Next to our customer Globus there were two other parties I interacted with. They were responsible for setting up and installing the hardware and operating system of the terminals.
Being in an agile environment, one of my task was to write user stories to document technical requirements as well as user flows. In close collaboration with our customers we planned, defined and prioritized two-week sprints. I presented results in review meetings.
Having to meet a tight deadline, there wasn't much time for testing right before going live. Therefore a crucial part for me was to extensively test the application during the development phase. For internal training workshop for Globus employees I wrote the documentation to showcase the best user flow.