Since June 2016 I have been collaborating with Cupris, a London-based start-up. They are the creators of a communication software and smartphone-connected medical device that enable the remote diagnosis and management of patient conditions. Their first hardware is called "TYM", which is an otoscope that users can stick to their smartphones, in order to make pictures and videos to share within medical teams.

Together with J.Paul Neeley, we are doing user-centred research, and defining UX/UI improvements for the app that will be soon available to download.

User testing the otoscope and app

User testing the otoscope and app

Usabiity Test at Medway Hospital, England

Usabiity Test at Medway Hospital, England

Prototypes of the upcoming version of the app

Prototypes of the upcoming version of the app

 

"(Patients) really like it. They love to see inside their ear. Seeing something of their body they haven't seen before. And I think it is even more when a professional showed them and explain them what is wrong. So they love to understand what is going on. That is why they like it so much."

 

UI Mock-ups

UI Mock-ups

Mobile UI section overview

Mobile UI section overview

Desktop UI section overview

Desktop UI section overview

 

 

 
 

Date: June 2016 to Date

Area: UX/UI & Service design

Context: Design consultancy together with J.Paul Neeley

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