As an external contractor, I worked closely with the CEO, to build out the platform. Care1 is currently live, and actively being used across BC and Alberta.
External contractor, UI/UX Designer
Involved in initial launch ready designs.
Contributed to website design and content
Provided multiple wireframe iterations for designs.
Exported all assets for development.
Photoshop, Adobe XD, Illustrator.
Spot the Differences
Top image - pretty close to the initial launch version
Bottom image - one of the final designs I contributed to.
One of the biggest challenges was to fit all of the technical content into one view, that shouldn’t need to be scrolled. This was because when a doctor is viewing a patient, or reviewing as a consult, its easiest for them to quickly be able to scan one screen. They also have their hands full (literally), and can’t be actively working and scrolling at the same time.
You’ll notice the bottom image has a lot more content and fields to it. Over the course of the project, the changes we mainly small and incremental, but they required a lot of finesse to fit in more content, while still maintaining legibility.
Permanent Dark mode
Ophthalmologist and optometrists work in dark environments. So the entire system needed to maintain the dark layout in order to be used regularly. I experimented to find an on brand colour scheme and typeface that had enough variation to distinguish a hierarchy without being too vibrant. Pictured below is a mockup with a graph view.