User Flow: Adding a Condition

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  1. Andrew Lucas Andrew Lucas

    We're doing a load of exciting work on our PHR (Personal Health Record) at the moment. Not only will the design be updated, but the experience of using it and the potential it has to store your medical history will be completely upgraded.

    We wanted to focus on the information that surrounds having a medical condition and allow people to easily add this info to their records. Any medications, procedures or people that have helped you with your care, will be added to the history of a condition.

    Attached is a video, which takes you through the user flow of adding a condition and its accompanying data. Obviously lots of questions means lots of forms, so we've tried to make it as pain free as possible.

    Updates to the PHR include a responsive design, a brighter UI and a load more useful features.

    User Flow Video




    7 months ago

  2. Pete Ryan Pete Ryan

    Feels very readable and intuitive. One thing I found confusing - When you "answer" a question, the label/question disappears. Even though input placeholders are there, my eyes kept drifting to the blue label text above the inputs being edited, and I felt like I was losing context.


    7 months ago

  3. Andrew Lucas Andrew Lucas

    @Pete Ryan thanks for your comment, I wanted to reduce clutter as there's already quite a lot going on, however I think keeping the question visible is probably a pretty good shout.

    7 months ago

  4. Ted Goas Ted Goas

    Nice work Andrew. I think the flow seems logical and the UI seems responsive and snappy. What's the rationale behind making the button 'selected state' green?


    7 months ago

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