Introducing UX-UI stadards to
—the existing MVP Dev Model Workflow


1. Introducing to the team the common artifacts and processes involved within the UX and UI aspects and making them part of the current agile setting.

2. Identify and define a UX quality threshold to get the current MVP model to a higher and yet minimum standard of user delight.

3. Build a process of continuous learning and include it in the existing agile methodology. Then continuous integration, continuous delivery, and continuous deployment will continue to happen, but efficiently integrating the user at the center of the scene.


A SaaS startup formerly known as VCP, specialized in the wellness enablement through payments field, is acquired by Covetrus in June 2021 to become an addition to their Global Animal-Health Technology and Services portfolio.


I joined the “VCP Platforms Development Team” as their sole UX/UI Designer a couple of months after the acquisition.
The immediate team I worked with consisted of 6 developers, 3 QAs, and our VP who was the founding developer of the product.


- The legacy platform development process follows an MVC architectural pattern in which functionality is based on business knowledge.
- User interface standards are below an adaptative quality threshold.
- Non-existent UX practices are in place.
- There is no feedback methology in place to analyze MVP outcomes.


A UX pipeline process flow has been crafted and introduced to the development team lead.