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Redesigning Notification System

Reliance Jio Platforms ltd. Project.  |  Dec 2021  | Desktop, Mobile and iPad Screen Design | Product Shipped

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Product Overview

JioMeet is a high-definition video conferencing application designed for seamless collaboration, offering features like screen sharing, meeting scheduling, and encrypted communication for both personal and professional use.
It supports up to 100 participants, providing a user-friendly platform for virtual meetings, webinars, and online events, accessible on multiple devices.

Project Duration

8 Months


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My Process

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Phase 1


Problem Statement 

The project aims to address the issue of notifications that, due to their alarming visual language, UX writing, and the use of technical jargon, confuse users and detract from the user experience.

Objectives and Goals

Our objective is to design a cohesive, usable, and reassuring notification system that communicates effectively with users without causing unnecessary alarm or confusion.

End User

Our target Audience is the Age of 18 - 60 people.

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Phase 2


Primary Research Findings

We carried out a survey among our internal employees, providing us with a comprehensive insight into the existing issues.

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Secondary Research Findings

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Phase 3


Identifying Challenges:

1. How do we create a design that is informative rather than alarming 

2. Understanding what type of notification should come in which situation

Direct competitors

Identified the direct competitors in the market like Zoom, Skype, and Microsoft Teams. And some indirect competitors like Groww, Myntra, Youtube, and Instagram. 

Key Insights Derived From benchmarking

We noticed that most apps displayed a permanent, distinct notification. In addition to letting the user know there was no internet connection, this also provided a mechanism for them to try to get online again.


Meeting Disruption Alert: Lost Network Connection

In response to insights gained from competitor analysis and secondary research, we've designed a user flow to address scenarios where an internet connection is lost during a meeting. To keep users informed, our app now features a prominent banner notification. This banner not only highlights critical information but also suggests relevant actions the user can take. Positioned at the top of the screen, just beneath the top bar, the banner is designed to be both noticeable and persistent, requiring user action for dismissal. Users have the option to engage with the banner or simply ignore it, based on their preference.

Banner Notification Principles:

  1. Strategically Interruptive: Chosen for their ability to catch attention, banners are used to convey essential alerts, such as notifying users of a lost internet connection.

  2. Clarity is Key: Each banner message is concise and informative, guiding user interaction. For instance, we've added a "Leave" button to ensure users don't feel trapped in the app, reinforcing their autonomy to exit the call if needed.

  3. Singular Focus: Our banners are designed with a single message and action in mind. For the "no internet connection" scenario, the message is straightforward: "Unable to connect to the server. Please check your internet connection and try again." Accompanied by a "Leave" action button, this approach provides a clear directive for users to follow.

Phase 4


Anchor 2

Case 1 : No Network Connection (Outside call)

Desktop Designs

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Mobile Designs

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Case 2: No Network Connection (Inside call)

Desktop Designs

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Mobile Designs

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Case 2: Poor Network Connection

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Mobile Designs

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iPad Designs

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Case 3: Feature Discoverability 

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Phase 5

Test and Design system


With the testing team, we evaluated this design. We took the project management team's suggestions into consideration and made changes.

Design system


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Key Takeaways:

1. I was able to obtain a thorough understanding of snackbars, banners, and various notifications thanks to this project. 

2. In addition to technical expertise, meeting with different stalk holders to ascertain their needs before providing 

Our designs provided excellent practical experience.

This app is available on Appstore and Playstore

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