Healthcare

We have a strong track record working with digital healthcare projects, from start ups to large organisations.



UI design & branding for healthcare start-up

Albus Health

Albus Health, is developed an automated real-time home monitoring system to predict and prevent asthma attacks. Albus Health needed a logo and mock-up of the user interface to help them communicate their product vision to potential investors.

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Interactive prototype for medical imaging software

Mirada Medical

Mirada Medical develops medical imaging software applications that provide simple and accessible solutions to complex image analysis problems in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer and other diseases.

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Discovery phase for UK's largest network of doctors

Doctors.net.uk

Doctors.net is the UK’s largest professional network of over 200,000 doctors. Their UX & Innovation team were revisiting the value proposition of their website and looking for ways to make the website more engaging to new users. We ran a series of user interviews, stakeholder workshops and came up with a UX strategy plan.

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UI design system for UK's largest network of doctors

Doctors.net.uk

Doctors.net is the UK’s largest professional network of doctors. Following the Discovery phase that we ran with them, we designed a UI Design System that improved the user interface, usability and consistency across their website. The system allowed their design team to have a more efficient workflow.

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UI design for healthcare website

Oxford University's Nuffield Department

Oxford University’s Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences are developing a way to help healthcare professionals communicate to their patients the condition of their kidneys (kidney age) and provide them with general information about what kidney age means and how it affects them. We worked with them to translate their printed content into a website.

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UI Design for risk communication software

Percodia

Percodia is a personalised risk communication tool developed by researchers at the University of Oxford to help doctors better communicate Type-2 diabetes related risks to patients in consultations. We created an intuitive and modern-looking user interface that would help Percodia be adopted more easily in clinical settings.

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