INTERNET-BASED CUSTOM SOFTWARE APPLICATION
EXPERIENCE, Interface & workflow
Screenshots from my redesign.
Ophthalmic Software Design
Medical Devices, Healthcare
User Experience & Interface Design
Discovery, Define Users, Map Needs, and Workflow. ReDesign the entire User Experience and Interface.
International. English is not the only language used inside the User Interface.
User Matrix with needs defined. Workflow(s) for each type of user. User Experience and Interface Design to support MVP (Minimum Viable Product).
All work was well received and highly regarded by our client contact and client C-Suite. The client awarded A+L the development project.
Full text and more samples are available on the desktop version of this case study.
The client is a global leader in designing, manufacturing, and marketing implantable lenses for the eye.
Their existing software solution was decades old and inefficient—the longer they used it, the more money the company lost.
To support their growth and improve overall efficiency, they wanted to develop new software to manage lenses from a 'patient-centric' perspective.
A before and after screenshots of my redesign.
Below is the measurement error screen. OD and OS represent the left and right eye of the patient. You are viewing "Marshall Grant's" file.
I was responsible for designing the user experience and the early-stage user interface. I developed personas and workflows for each one by focusing on their primary touchpoints through repetitive tasks.
The end users of this software system are a global team of thousands of eye surgeons, optical surgical assistants, and technicians. They manage patients and their lens choices.
In just four online video meetings, we achieved the necessary discovery and research to lock down the persona and workflow of each user and their needs. Once these were approved, we proceeded with our design for the screens necessary to support the functions and data requirements resulting in the early-stage user interface.
Screencaptures and images from the design process.
Tech Stack illustration I designed to help developers talk to the client
I interviewed client stakeholders, reviewed legacy software, and developed a range of user personas to understand and define the scope of user needs. I further developed visual ideas to share with the client and designed and produced all digital assets, including the user persona and workflow charts seen in this case study.
I initially sketched charts and workflows by hand and then took them into Figma for a final “spit and polish.”
It is important to me to take questions whenever I present my designs to clients. In taking their continuous feedback from the meetings and iterating until both the client and I feel ready for presentation, we move to the internal stakeholders and decision-makers with confidence and efficiency.
My visual designs and workflows received a very high initial rating.
Our client, whose questions helped refine some of the project’s functionality, awarded us the project based on our thorough process and the creation of a design solution that kept the focus on the patient and the user.
By delivering a highly successful discovery phase, I helped the team secure an extended contract for the software development phase.
This software system will launch worldwide in late 2022.
Once the lens calculation request is submitted, the user waits for it to complete, as seen above.