Datu Health was a startup focused in improving patient outcomes and their relationship with their care teams. We built a responsive web platform for St. Joseph’s Health system with digital programs for diabetes, pregnancy, and general wellness.
As my first job out of college, Datu was a crash course in UX best practices and left me with lasting friendships and a love of prototyping.
Our design team at Datu was one of the most collaborative I’ve ever seen. Every day we were excited to hit the whiteboards, our work ranging from tightening up a specific interaction to designing a whole section of the platform.
Our sketches were informed by not only each other, but regular calls with partnering clinicians to gather requirements for their practice, the health system at large, and patients in their behavioral change wellness programs.
After a few months of iterative wireframes, we worked with the Product and Service Design teams to draft our site and experience maps. These were used to communicate with engineering and internal stakeholders how the platform would be built.
As designs reached a higher fidelity, we defined how the patient card system would work to deliver clinical information. We collaborated on the patient UI, and I led the process to translate that UI to a clinical view of the patient’s data.
This Invision prototype demo explores the patient experience in the diabetes wellness program. It touches on the user journey from their hub homepage to engaging with each of the major pieces of content.
This Invision prototype is the clinical side of the platform – a doctor’s mirror into the patient’s wellness data. This is the portion of our platform I worked on the most, leading the layout, flow, and UI translation from the patient experience.