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UX for healthcare applications

My presentation for CodeCamp Timisoara

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UX for healthcare applications

  1. 1. UX for Healthcare Applications Andreea-Zenovia Popescu Codecamp Timișoara, 21 April 2018
  2. 2. Partners GLOBAL DIAMOND PLATINUM GOLD Local Partners Travel Partners Media PartnerPartner Communities INNOVATION PARTNER Timișoara Java User Group
  3. 3.  hello, my name is…
  4. 4. Who am I? Cluj-Napoca based UX Design Engineer at Ascom UX Consultant at Stefanini @andreea_popescu on Twitter
  5. 5. – Matt Hryhorsky, Design Director at Filament “UX doesn’t live inside our phones or our websites. We need to step way outside of those devices to understand what people are doing in the real world.”
  6. 6. I will talk about: What caregivers want How UX designers work Questions?
  7. 7. What caregivers want
  8. 8. to easily access the right patient’s information
  9. 9. to avoid task stress
  10. 10. to avoid confusion
  11. 11. to communicate faster with other caregivers
  12. 12. to be aware about what’s happening
  13. 13. to have process traceability
  14. 14. the caregivers are heroes.
  15. 15. How UX designers work
  16. 16. ISO/IEC 62366: Medical Devices Application of Usability Engineering to Medical Devices. This is a new international standard aimed squarely at reducing the risk of medical errors due to poor interface design. have knowledge about usability standards
  17. 17. follow the Usability Engineering Process the application of the medical device the most frequent used functions hazardous situations related to usability identify primary operating functions prepare the usability validation plan design and implement the user interface verify the user interface validate the usability of the medical device develop usability specifications
  18. 18. preparing the Usability Engineering File a document in which you will need to explain all the steps you made during the process.
  19. 19. research, test, research, test and… test an open communication with caregivers, shadowing in hospitals, research on medical databases, competitors research.
  20. 20. some tips for your healthcare apps fonts: no decorative, but common an easy to read (patterns), aligned left to right (where you have much content), large. content: just the necessary words - adapted to the caregivers’ language, very structured and easy to scan.
  21. 21. colors: visible colors, both for reading and for the elements. flow: simple flow, logic flow and, the most important, accordingly to their needs. elements: easy to access (e.g., if you have an alarm button, to have just a step to access it), not having redundant elements on the page (e.g., unnecessary lines, decorations etc.), common icons.
  22. 22. – Don Norman, Director of The Design Lab at University of California “It’s not enough that we build products that function, that are understandable and usable, we also need to build products that bring joy and excitement, pleasure and fun, and yes, beauty to people’s lives.”
  23. 23. Questions?
  24. 24. Thank you. Credit images: glasbergen.com