Designed a platform to analyze the environmental impact of business’ supply chains

Over half of global emissions come from consumer goods, and it’s difficult to manage complex and distributed supply chains. Mammoth is building a decarbonization platform that enables customers to build a more transparent and resilient supply chain, reduce their environmental footprint, and control costs.

I led UX research and designed a clickable prototype for a tool that enabled Mammoth’s co-founders to successfully demo the product and secure their first two paying customers: Miyoko's Creamery and Bowery Farming.
Product Designer

Mammoth Climate


User interviews & insights

I gathered information from a number of Mammoth’s potential clients to understand the challenges they currently face and how they see the tool making a difference. After conducting user interviews and synthesizing the data, I categorized insights into three primary categories:

- Need to ingest, clean, and warehouse data in a repeatable way
- Supplier data is currently scattered throughout a company. Keeping it all in one place would be helpful


- Display dynamic dashboards (instead of static PDFs) that show impact on both a product and portfolio level

- Break down how much of the environmental impact is coming from ingredients, manufacturing, packaging, distribution etc.

- Companies value making more sustainable choices, but sustainability leads are not primary decision makers in a company

- Need to weave cost through the tool. Unless we can demonstrate how this tool saves a company money, the tool will be difficult to sell


I developed low-fi wireframes for a dashboard. They contained the high level, most important information from each subsection in an easily digestible format. Our team used these wireframes during select user interviews to discuss the value of various features and functionality.

Interactive prototype

I designed alongside the development of the MVP, which was being built in Airtable. The MVP adopted its layout from early wireframes, but Airtable presented some limitations. The aim of my updated designs was to address these limitations and create a front-end UI that could be implemented on top of the Airtable tool.

We demoed the clickable prototype to prospective customers with the goal of securing a design partnership. In this partnership, they would gain access to the Mammoth tool, while Mammoth would gain access to their supply chain data.

Winning key clients

Mammoth’s co-founders ultimately used the clickable prototype to demo the product and secured their first two paying customers: Miyoko's Creamery and Bowery Farming.