The Helm team united to gain a complete understanding of Efferent’s vision for this product. We learned about the use cases, worked with Doctors who would use the application, and immersed ourselves in understanding the value of each feature. We designed workflows and wireframes in order to identify potential challenges and areas where software might add value.
Our goal was to simplify complex information and allow doctors to make complete, accurate assessments.
It was time to bring the interface to life. We knew that representing data could be tricky and in the medical field mis-representing data could have dire effects. Doctors needed the ability to assess multiple patients at once while being able to identify those who had an immediate need. The team at Helm designed a large array of grids, lists, indicators, and visualizations to start the design process. This allowed for an assessment of not only what was possible, but what was appropriate. By showing static compositions to doctors before the application was built we were able to understand what might be misinterpreted and what resonated with the end user.
After working through a number of designs with stakeholders, we constructed a click-able prototype of the entire application. This allowed doctors to give feedback and potential investors to fully understand the value of the software. By keeping the end user involved throughout the entire design process we were able to keep risk low and deliver a design that truly met their needs.
The team at Helm was able to construct a complete design system that scaled across desktop and mobile devices. Doctors could monitor dozens of patients and quantify the results of their treatments. By displaying data accurately and without clutter they could be more effective at their job, ultimately leading to drastic improvements of patient outcomes.Visit Efferent Labs »
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