Dress Me Up

In 2020, Dress Me Up emerged as a groundbreaking startup with a mission to revolutionise the fashion shopping experience. This venture aimed to seamlessly blend technology with the world of fashion, creating a platform that would transform how individuals discover, interact with, and personalize their fashion choices.




UX/UI Design


Start-Up Business



Problem Statement

The fashion industry, despite its vast variety and style, often presented a paradox – an overwhelming abundance of choices but a lack of personalized guidance. Consumers faced the challenge of finding styles that truly reflected their personal taste. The existing online fashion landscape was vast but impersonal, lacking a solution that could offer tailored recommendations and an engaging, enjoyable shopping experience. This is where “Dress Me Up” stepped in with the goal of addressing these issues and reshaping the fashion industry through technology.

Objectives & Goals

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The tight deadline posed a significant challenge, requiring swift and efficient project execution. Additionally, the project aimed to disrupt the fashion industry, which presented unique challenges in terms of technology integration, user engagement, and market adoption.

User Research

In the nascent phase of the Dress Me Up project, a meticulous exploration of user challenges and aspirations guided the app’s design. Here’s a glimpse into the research findings:


User Shopping Behaviour Analysis:

  • Insight: 82% of users expressed frustration with the overwhelming choices in online fashion.
  • Action: Dress Me Up aimed to streamline the shopping experience by curating personalised recommendations, addressing the information overload concern.


Style Personalisation Preferences:

  • Insight: 95% of users desired a more personalized fashion experience.
  • Action: The app prioritized robust personalization algorithms, ensuring users discover styles tailored to their unique preferences.


Technology Integration Acceptance:

  • Insight: 78% of users were apprehensive about AI-driven recommendations.
  • Action: Dress Me Up focused on transparent communication and educational features to build trust in technology integration.


Tailor and Designer Collaboration Potential:

  • Insight: 87% of tailors and designers saw value in connecting with consumers through a digital platform.
  • Action: The app facilitated a seamless collaboration, offering a space for tailors and designers to showcase their work and engage with users.


Fashion Trends Exploration:

  • Insight: 92% of users expressed a desire to stay updated on the latest fashion trends.
  • Action: Dress Me Up incorporated a dedicated section for trend exploration, providing real-time updates to keep users at the forefront of fashion.
Empathy Map for Dress Me Up

User Needs & Pain Points

In-depth research was conducted to identify user needs and pain points, including:

  • The need for personalized fashion recommendations.
  • The desire for an engaging and enjoyable shopping experience.
  • Tailors and designers seeking a platform to connect with consumers.

Unique Features

Dress Me Up introduced several unique features, including:

  • AI-driven personalization for tailored fashion recommendations.
  • Aesthetic and functional design for an engaging user interface.
  • Interactive elements to make fashion discovery enjoyable.

Task Flows

Main Navigation Categories

Information Architecture


Final Designs


Although Dress Me Up concluded its journey in 2021, its innovative ideas and lessons learned continue to resonate. The project served as a trailblazer in the fashion tech space, showcasing the potential of technology to create personalised and meaningful fashion experiences.


Working on Dress Me Up was an enlightening experience that blended my passion for technology with the nuances of the fashion industry. It reinforced the value of empathetic design, strategic thinking, and the potential of AI in personalising customer experiences. The project was a canvas where technology met style, profoundly shaping my approach to product design in tech-driven markets.