Latest (ltst) is a programmable dashboard that can show any information provided by a webhook or API (bots).

Project brief

Product Designer
Team size
Tool stack
Figma, Discord, Loom
Project duration
1 month


I joined the project as a product designer, collaborating with the founder and another developer to transition the web app from its alpha stage to version 1/beta.

The app is designed with a mobile-first approach while maintaining a responsive design for optimal usability on larger screens. It enables users to create and configure channels that display text or image-based information, either statically or with automatic updates at specified intervals. Users can subscribe to these channels, which can be private or public, and have them appear on their personal dashboard.

My primary responsibilities included auditing the existing UX, developing profile functionality for users, and enabling modularity for dashboards.

UX Audit

Upon joining the project, I conducted a thorough UX audit to identify areas for improvement in user experience and interface design. The audit revealed the need for enhancements in navigation and information architecture, particularly in the areas of managing and editing channels. I introduced several changes and additions, including:

  • A back button/pseudo-breadcrumb for enhanced user orientation during channel management flows
  • Tabs to differentiate between Updates, Webhooks, and Bots when managing a channel
  • A "Manage" button to improve channel management accessibility from the overview


During my research, I discovered that users wanted to be more open about their creations and receive credit for their channels. This insight prompted us to conclude that introducing public profiles would be an ideal solution to address these needs. To establish this functionality and foster a sense of community and ownership, I designed:

  • A view for other users' profiles, showcasing their public channels and attributing credit to the creators
  • A view for personal profiles, replacing the "Manage channels" page
  • A modified sign-up flow that includes a username
  • Adjusted screens displaying public channels to reflect the creator's username

Modular dashboards

To effectively launch the app in its beta stage, we needed to enable users to customize their dashboards according to their preferences. The initial dashboard only allowed users to change the order of displayed channels. To address this, I designed a solution that provided two different widths for channels on the dashboard, allowing for greater flexibility. Each channel included a dropdown menu to select whether it should be displayed in full width or half the size.

Further steps

After around a month and active development the project came to halt. The modular dashboard didn't make it into development yet as well as parts of the profile work. While a good amount of the work done can be seen on, it is uncertain if the development will continue in the near future.

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