Microsoft Diabetic Lense App

MICROSOFT DIABETIC LENSE


PROJECT GOAL

As part of my thesis project at AIS, the goal was to design a smart phone app to interact with the Microsoft Diabet Lens, an R&D project by Microsoft, in conjunction with The University of Washington, designed to measure blood glucose levels through the fluids in the eye.

CHALLENGES

1.  HIPPA Guidelines & Restrictions.2.  Theoretical Technology.3.  Database integration.

RESEARCH

  • Diabetes/Medical Research
  • User personas
  • Competitive Analysis
  • Industry Analysis
  • User Interviews
  • Journey Mapping
  • Logic Flow
  • UX/UI best practices
  • Site Map
  • Logic Flow

CONCEPT & PROCESS

Prior to diving into wireframing, the logo was developed, the brand color palette determined, and the information architecture and logic flow were mapped out. After sketching out multiple possible solutions, based on user research and personas, wireframes and then hi-fi comps were developed. After a period of review & iteration, the prototype and process book were created for presentation.

To view a Prototype Mock-up of the Microsoft Diabetic Lens App CLICK HERE. Please note that not all screens are active at this time.

To view a concept video of how a Microsoft Diabetic Lens on-lens display may work CLICK HERE.

Microsoft Diabetic Lense Research

Microsoft Diabetic Lens App || Project Management and Design PDF

SOLUTION

The final solution utilized:

  • 1.  Microsoft-inspired logo
  • 2.  Comforting color palette
  • 3.  A full set of custom icons
  • 4.  Redundant navigation
  • 5.  Personalization options
  • 6.  Affordance-driven UI
  • 7.  Diabetic Lense integration
  • 8.  Cloud backup functionality
Microsoft Diabetic Lense App screencaps

SUCCESS

As this was a school project, success was grade based (I got an A, incase you are the curious sort!).

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