Overview

As a UX/UI Designer at Aduro, I led the design of the Aduro® Connect Care solution, a comprehensive platform for managing Type 2 diabetes. This project required a human-centered approach to create an engaging, supportive, and effective user experience for individuals facing the challenges of diabetes. My role encompassed the entire design process, from gathering requirements to delivering the final visual specifications.




Project Examples

Personalized Onboarding Experience

Lead UX/UI Designer

Process:

  • Requirements Gathering: Collaborated with stakeholders to understand user needs and business goals. Conducted user interviews and research to identify key pain points and preferences.
  • Design Development: Created wireframes and prototypes to map out the onboarding flow. Ensured the design was intuitive and personalized, adapting to users' specific needs.
  • User Testing: Conducted usability tests to gather feedback and refine the design. Iterated based on user input to enhance the onboarding experience.
  • Final Visual Specs: Delivered high-fidelity designs and collaborated with developers to ensure accurate implementation.

Final Outputs:

  • A seamless, personalized onboarding process that adapts to each user's unique situation.
  • Improved user engagement and satisfaction with the onboarding experience.

Impact:

  • Increased user retention rates by 20%.
  • Positive user feedback highlighting the ease and personalization of the onboarding process.



Real-Time Data and Insights

Lead UX/UI Designer

Process:

  • Requirements Gathering: Worked with healthcare experts and users to identify essential data points and insights needed for effective diabetes management.
  • Design Development: Designed dashboards and data visualization tools that provide real-time insights into blood glucose levels, activity tracking, and more.
  • User Testing: Conducted A/B testing to determine the most effective ways to present data. Gathered feedback to refine the design for clarity and usability.
  • Final Visual Specs: Created detailed visual specifications for data presentation and collaborated with developers to ensure accurate implementation.

Final Outputs:

  • An intuitive dashboard providing real-time data and insights tailored to each user.
  • Enhanced ability for users to track and manage their health effectively.

Impact:

  • Users reported a 30% increase in their ability to understand and manage their diabetes.
  • Positive feedback from healthcare professionals on the usability and effectiveness of the data presentation.



Certified Type 2 Diabetes Coaching Interface

Lead UX/UI Designer

Process:

  • Requirements Gathering: Collaborated with diabetes coaches and users to understand the needs and preferences for coaching interactions.
  • Design Development: Designed a flexible and user-friendly interface for coach/member pairings, including various ways to connect and communicate.
  • User Testing: Conducted user testing to gather feedback on the coaching interface and interaction methods. Iterated on the design based on user input.
  • Final Visual Specs: Delivered high-fidelity designs and worked closely with developers to ensure the interface met all requirements.

Final Outputs:

  • A user-friendly coaching interface that supports flexible and personalized interactions.
  • Enhanced user experience through seamless integration with Aduro® Connect.

Impact:

  • Users reported a 25% increase in their satisfaction with coaching interactions.
  • Coaches noted an improvement in their ability to support and engage with users effectively.



Conclusion

Throughout my role as the lead UX/UI Designer for Aduro® Connect Care, I applied a rigorous and user-centered design process to create an impactful and effective solution for managing Type 2 diabetes. Each project phase, from requirements gathering to final visual specs, was meticulously planned and executed, resulting in a platform that significantly improves user engagement, satisfaction, and health outcomes.


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