Remedo is a healthcare based startup in India, which aims at solving the health-related problems by providing clinical support to the patients, inform them about medicines, appointments, and stores their medical history so as to ease the process in case they change the doctor or move to another location.
Remedo also helps doctors enhance their practice, engage with their patients and manage records. All this without changing their existing prescription writing behaviour and any significant investment.
We focused on launching a MVP version of doctor’s App and extended version of patient Mobile application. So, they had data related to patient App. I helped them do the changes according to the response and add additional functionality on the top of the previous version with limited features they already had.
Our team included Harsh Bansal (Co-founder, Remedo), Richeek Arya (Co-founder, Remedo)and me as a designer.
The audience for these mobile applications was the patients, and the doctors in Delhi (NCR) region. With specialised needs for patients of different age groups and needs.
I tried and ended up with a clean and engaging user interface design after many sessions with the Founders, to remove the unnecessary elements, features or data.
The motto was quite clear: Keep everything easily accessible, easy to use and learning should be fun Basically to create a sense of winning after all.
We worked on the previous issues and then added the new features to make the most out of these apps for our users.
The organisation and division of content should be such that users can find everything when they need it.
Once the High-Fidelity designs are created, the maker teams are mostly lost in the colors and sizes. So, the wireframes are the best way to check the functionality of a product before finalizing anything for High-Fidelity.