It's been a busy week over here, we've just launched our new homepage and also made some huge improvements to the patient record, with our new version that's just gone live.
You can now track a number of different measurements in detail:
- Blood Pressure
- Peak Flow
- Dietary Intake
- Blood Glucose
You can also record your allergies, conditions and medications. Soon we'll be adding the ability to record a number of other things including your family history, immunisations and procedures.
The record is made out of a number of modules which you can rearrange, hide and expand. When you expand a module, you are shown a larger chart which allows you to filter the data via a date range and with some of the measurements it also gives you the ability to plot a national average line on the graph.
It was our soft launch yesterday, everyone's worked really hard on this project and we'll be continuously adding features to it over the next year.
SJ did an amazing job on the front end build again with this one, she worked her magic with the D3 charting library to.
Check out the attachment for more details and some of the upcoming features, or alternatively you can go and try the demo through our new homepage.
about 1 year ago
wow, its great :)
Cool! Well done! @Andrew Lucas
Really great work on those charts. Inevitably, our health service needs to move to digital & hopefully you guys can be a part of that!
i like infography
This makes me want to throw out what I'm doing and start over. So many nice ways to visualize data, beyond all the standard graphs and dials I'm used to seeing. Solid work.
@Ted Goas you're very kind, thank you.
Looks sweet for sure! Beautiful details all around.
However, what about readability considering the user demography? Elder eyes can find the font little too small to read comfortably.
@Oykun I agree that readability on some of the labels could be an issue. One thing to point out, is that the product is aimed at anyone (any age) who has a long term illness, or anyone who just wants to track their health. Arnold is just a test case for the demo.
As we move forward we'll be doing much more user testing, which will rectify any of these issues.
@Andrew Lucas Hey nice one, which font did you use ?
@Jeremy Jones it's Droid Sans
Nice and clean! LOVE IT!
Beautifully balanced contrast. Great work. Curious to know roughly how long has that taken you?
perfect @Andrew Lucas
@James Bryant roughly 1.5 - 2 months, with UX included. Then obviously longer for the build by the dev team.
great! guy on the pic is at least 82 though:)
@Prowebdesignro he's actually 80 on the demo! My mistake.
Great, great project mate! Congratulations!
Beautiful colors! @Andrew Lucas
12 months ago
10 months ago
I really, really LOVE this design, but am curious about the idea behind giving the height metric such a prominent display for such a small set of data. It seems like the height is almost the most prominently displayed dataset, and it's only a single number with no "analytical" reason to be displayed so visually.
8 months ago
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