Safenet (now Gemalto) was the first to offer cryptography-as-a-service in the cloud. Safenet CCC (crypto command center) is an administration front-end. It allows users to consolidate their enterprise key vaulting and PKI services by moving away from physical HSMs (hardware security modules) to virtualized HSMs.
Likewise, Service Providers can add high-value key-vaulting and PKI services to their hosted and cloud offerings that allow them to administrate the HSMs but never access their customers’ keys.
While a previous designer had created a base design language and some early Balsamiq mockups, I was tasked with bringing the final design to life. This involved creating a high-fidelity mockup file containing each part of the application, as well as working with Angular developers on how to implement the design. Specs and assets were provided directly on Epics in Jira, and I was also responsible for writing acceptance criteria (for behaviour-driven development). As the only UX designer, all aspects of UX were required, from initial ideation and flow, through mockups and prototypes, down to final assets and design QA.