Triancloth is a system design for recycling and classification of used clothes, including the design of hardware, software, system architecture, service processes, and business models. Through analysis and insight into the existing used clothing recycling channels, we have found a design challenge that allows the system to win-win. This improves the service experience and the efficiency of the entire recycling sorting system. Triancloth took part in the User eXperience Design Award (UXDA), and was co-directed by Mr. Zhu, a designer from Fiberhome Group, and Mr. Wu Lei, Huazhong University of Science and Technology.
PROBLEM & RESEARCH
China has 1.3 billion people and produces 50 million tons of used clothing every year. According to statistics, the vast majority of the remaining clothes have not been classified as general garbage. Thus, only less than 10% of the clothes are recycled or properly managed. How can we improve the recycle system and make it more effective?
STAKHOLDERS MAP & INSIGHT
Cost is the main challenge of the system
Companies attach importance to social impact of activities
Clothing donors need better donation experience.
Non-profit organizations and charity associations concern about donation effect
The three organizations have different concerns, but they are complementary with each other in contribution factors.
CONCEPT & SYSTEM DESIGN
MINI PROGRAM (APPLICATION)
WeChat Mini Programs are a new way of connecting users and services. They are easy to access and share on WeChat, delivering an excellent user experience. Users can access Mini Programs in WeChat without installing another application.
SMART DONATION BOX
BLUE PRINT & FOLLOW UP
BEST OPERATION AWARD
The User eXperience Design Award (UXDA) is sponsored by UXPA China (User Experience Professional Association). It is the first and only design competition for user experience in China. The competition is aimed at the college student group, and requires students to simulate corporate project teams, with students who are equipped with product managers, user researchers, visual design, interaction design, front-end development, and other functions to complete products that meet user experience standards Or system design.
We finished our last defenses in Shanghai on 2019.11.07 and got the opportunity to exchange opinions with experts from China's leading user experience companies.