JupiterOne - J1 Workbooks
JupiterOne holds an annual company retreat and hackathon.
For 2021’s hackathon I had the idea to design a new, collaborative tool for helping remote teams build shared understanding around live JupiterOne data.
This idea was inspired by a combination of the data-science tool Jupyter Notebooks mixed with interaction design ideas from the consumer do-everything wiki tool Notion (which powers this very page, no less).
I’ve spent the better part of a decade designing dashboard UIs for enterprise customers. And while they do solve some problems, they come up short particularly when it comes to interpretation.
It’s hard to guarantee that two people will see the same data visualization and interpret it the same way based on the visual alone.
This is an especially big challenge now, with teams being much more likely to be distributed and viewing the same data asynchronously.
What problem(s) was I trying to solve?
- Traditional dashboard UIs provide live data but lack context to aid consistent interpretation.
- Traditional documentation tools provide collaboration but have limited access to live data.
- How might we use J1 data to build data-driven security documentation that creates better shared understanding of real security context?
- Presented my prototype of the idea to the company at the end of the hackathon
- Got interest and backing from the CEO
- Got the idea added to the product roadmap
Click the bookmark to view the interactive prototype in your browser 👇
If you’re curious about the screens that power the prototype presentation