Jeep® Badge of Honor

Refresh of the Badge of Honor app interface - Implementing a new design system



UX & UI Design





Jeep® Badge of Honor is a brand engagement platform for enthusiasts of off-roading adventures. The product helps with discovering new trails and engaging Jeep owners in the growing community through events and gamification aspects. As of now, the app has over 15k ratings with an average rating of 4.8. The app allows for brand engagement in the form of gamification and ordering hard badges to be displayed on one's proudly-owned Jeep vehicle. The tangible element of the experience makes it connected to the real-life off-roading adventure and drives excitement among Jeep owners.


As the product was developed several years ago, it was built without an established design system in place. The components were not cohesive, and the product looked chaotic, which impacted the perception of the brand and general usability. The high-level goal of the UI redesign was to introduce consistency between the visual elements to make the product reflect the professionalism of the brand and introduce a design system that’s scalable, elegant, and accessible.

My Impact

I worked on redesigning multiple pages of the product (included below) component by component, along with the collaboration with the senior designer and the engineer. My focus was on translating the old comps into a new design, building the new design system, creating a consistent set of components and pages, and improving the overall experience for the new and established users.


Ideation and iteration

When I joined the Badge of Honor project, the basis of the design system has been established. As my teammates finalized the design audit and core elements of the design system, I worked on redesigning assigned pages and components by using the existing system elements and adding new ones whenever required. At all stages of ideation required keeping design heuristics in front on mind. On top of that, I focused on presenting the information needed for the user in a way that brings them the most value from perusing each page. Below are the main principles I tried to be always mindful of during the ideation.

Knowing the answers to these and more questions allowed me to successfully approach the redesign of each component with empathy. Each exploration process gave a start to multiple versions and iterations that were discussed with the team and selected for the final implementation. For each component, my goal was to create at least several ways to present the information and create a new pattern that can be scaled later whenever needed.


This is one of my favorite projects I got to work on so far as Jeep is such an iconic brand with exciting traditions. As it’s an already existing app with over 15k ratings with an average rating of 4.8 and an established base of users, it was a pleasure to help improve the experience for so many people in terms of enjoyability, cohesiveness, and information layout. A chance to completely redesign the existing interface doesn’t come across very often, so it was a great opportunity to flex that creative muscle and get into the heads of the users of such an adventurous and fun brand that is Jeep.