Visual Radio Assist is an all-in-one SaaS solution for radio stations to automate Visual Radio. Visual Radio enhances traditional broadcasts with visual content and interactive features, providing listeners with additional information like song titles, artist names, album art, and related visuals. This technology bridges the gap between audio-only radio and multimedia platforms, offering a richer listening experience.
Developed over many years, the software is complex and tailored to a specific market, capable of performing a wide range of functions. Its design, primarily based on the data model, is technically sound but can be challenging for users to understand. The project's main goal is to improve usability and the user experience (UX), making the software more intuitive and reducing the reliance on manual support.
As the Product/Frontend Engineer, my focus is implementing user interface improvements to make complex features more intuitive. I collaborated closely with the team to integrate frontend technologies and design principles, enhancing the overall user experience. My role also involved evaluating the product to identify areas for improvement, ensuring it was not only functional but accessible and easy to use.