Honestly, if we achieved the above statement then I would've retired as a designer and considered myself accomplished enough to pick a different career. Expect, I love being a designer and the statement is a lie
I was the creative lead for this internal Deloitte initiative. Working to redesign a 10+ year old system on the front and back-end we set out armed with optimism, researched behavioral archetypes and great concepts. The most important thing here was making the entry of corporate expenses as smooth as possible without being so easy that form entry got sloppy or inaccurate. This meant that typography, form design and flow was key to create the sense of rhythm and an ever more predictable experience. We went deep into the world of compliance and banded together with the old and wise of those systems to make an experience that could scale.
We balanced the need for total compliance and data accuracy with an optimized form design that allowed for a rhythm of entry to develop with our users. We accomplished this with solid usability data, motion design and an eye for detail.
One fond memory was the feedback that one of the UX designers gave me saying how great it was to learn my angle on developing ideas and interactive concepts for our users. We locked ourselves away with research for a couple days. The great thing is that those 6 days laid the groundwork for 80% of all the good design work that came out of the project. The rest was about refining the details.