Design Institute for Health
Interaction Design, Health Care
An online interactive tool that provides a user-friendly self-diagnosis for hand & arm pain. This tool enables people to make informed decisions regarding their health and have a better dialogue with their doctor
Interaction designer on the team, I worked with a senior design director & an orthopedic surgeon at Dell Medical School, Austin Tx.
I created wireframes, visual design, prototyping, gather & intergrate feedback on the design.
It is the process of diagnosing or identifying medical conditions by one-self
Get initial medical care
Make targeted use of health-care system
Reduce medical expenses
Have an informed conversation with doctor
Communication plays an important role in healthcare. When it comes to an individual's health, every small step counts
A patient starts explaining the issue by telling their doctor the location of the problem & what is the problem.
Problem: User drop-off
When it comes to digital interactions, the attentions span of the users is less. Also, users are less likely to provide their personal / health related information unless they see instant benefits of the digital platform they are interacting with.
Traditional Task flow of the other self-diagnostic tools
Card-sorting & screen-flow
Wireframing & Iterations
Feedback & refinements