Habits Heart provides an easy-to-use interface for heart failure patients to learn how to manage their lifestyle and monitor their heart failure symptoms. It is part of collaboration study with Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), Boston, USA.
|Role||User Research, Sketching, Wireframing, Screen Flows, Visual Design, Interaction Design|
|Mission||Understand the users and how the app should work, design the app to be user-friendly for older audiences, make it simple and easy-to-use|
|Tools||Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Zeplin, Invision, Notebook, Pen|
Heart failure currently affects nearly 6 million patients in the United States alone and by 2030, that number is expected to increase to 8 million. It mostly affects hospital patients age 65 years and older. While adherence to self-management is essential, implementing that strategies is challenging. The design considerations mainly focus on:"
In designing the Habits Heart application, both the clinician and patient experience are considered carefully. The Heart Habits app provides :
|A daily checklist to guide patients to take bite-sized lessons.|
|Track their weight, sodium and fluid intake.|
|Check in on their symptoms.|