In this industry engagement session, we covered adding new and completed movements with a CSV spreadsheet and how to update and finalise waste...
Additional Features - Prototype
In this industry engagement session, KPMG Origins covered how the industry may be able to view details of a movement in the PDF, capture data relating to multiple pick-ups and different waste codes as well as ability to repeat movements.
Monday 3 July 2023
In this industry engagement session, KPMG Origins covered how the industry may be able to view details of a movement in the PDF, capture data relating to multiple pick-ups and different waste codes as well as ability to repeat movements. The feedback, comments, and insights from the 1:1 sessions and group sessions with industry were taken on board to create screen designs, this session is a playback of the designs to validate how useable they are for industry and gather feedback to improve.
The session included a live demonstration of the prototype and then invited participants in the meeting to provide feedback on the workflow through both survey form as well as facilitated Q&A discussion.
Screen 1: Movement PDF
The purpose of this screen is to view details of a movement and download a PDF version of the movement. If the data is yet to be completed, then there will be blank spaces.
Screen 2: Duplicate Movements with edits
The purpose of this screen is to enable movement creators to duplicate the movement to cater to milk run scenarios. The user can then change the pick-up location, for example if they were collecting the same waste code from a different location. The user can also change the waste code, for example if they were collecting two types of waste from one location.
Screen 3: Duplicate Movements without changing pick-up or waste code
The purpose of this screen is to enable movement creators to duplicate the movement. The user then reviews and edits the data before submitting. For this option the user cannot edit pick-up location and Waste Code.
Screen 4: Duplicate Movements on transit
This screen demonstrates how the movement creators can schedule the duplication of a movement, e.g. if the a transporter picks up the same waste from a location on a weekly basis.
- Industry felt that having a paper copy of a movement would be beneficial where in-vehicle mobile device use may be limited. On the flip side some saw a challenge in terms of using paper despite moving to a digital platform.
- For duplication it was critical to pre-fill as much data as possible to reduce time and effort to complete. Participant suggested that reducing the number of duplication options to make it easier for users.
- Ability to schedule/pre-create movements is critical for long term useability of the system