The main focus was to transfer the already existing landscape-only design to a more intuitive portrait design, and create a simplistic way to guide the patient(user) to create and use their own physical rehabilitation exercise program.
I organized the features that I thought were the most prominent and placed them as the main navigation bar buttons: Exercise programs, Health Progress, and Messages. For the exercises I created a simple filter system to guide the user to find the appropriate treatments easier. You can download the app on iOS and Android.
BlueJay PT - For Therapists
I gave all platforms a visual overhaul, as well as improved a number of workflow issues to meet current market demand.The main challenge was simplifying the workflow, while maintaining the necessary complexities that come with the health industry's documentation.
I tried to keep the aesthetics and workflow as identical as possible considering the web browser platform has more features overall. You can use the app now on iOS, Android, and Browser.
For Saebo's incredible therapeutic devices I've created a virtual marketplace within an iOS framework, with the main goal of exhibiting said groundbreaking devices. I also fashioned the rest of app to be branded similarly to the colors and styles maintained by Saebo.
This design centered around the daily needs of COPD patients. I designed a daily agenda where patients can add/edit their schedule, as well as receive prescribed agenda items from their doctor through the app.
A lot of the care that is required to document the care of a COPD patient is through questionnaires, so I also constructed simple survey processes to guage a patient's progress and conditions meant to fall within ResearchKits framework.