Kiosk, Vibrent Health
UI/UX Design | Product Design | User Flows | Wireframes | Iconography
We set out with the big picture goal of making healthcare more accessible. The kiosk was envisioned to be at libraries and other public places, and allow people to manage their health without having to go to a doctor's office. The kiosk would enable users to measure key health metrics: blood oxygen levels, heart rate, blood pressure, weight, brain activity, and body temperature.
We started by sketching out designs on our notepads, and then shifted over the Sketch. We worked through a site map (below), user personas, journey maps and more. We thought about ways to create an app that was easy to use and navigate, hoping to cater to people of all ages and backgrounds. We came up with a site mapWe came up with a color palette that was bright and engaging, and icons that were easy to recognize. We worked closely with our creative director, product managers, and developers to ensure a strong, usable, cohesive product.
Take a closer look at the site map here.
The Final Product
At the end of it all, we had achieved an incredibly strong, usable product that would allow many to manage their health. The sample shown above is specifically for measuring blood oxygen levels, but this format was followed for the other five devices as well. To see the kiosk in action, click here.