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Microsoft Diabetic Lens App

This Proposal is based on a project currently being developed by Microsoft, in conjunction with The University of Washington, designed to measure blood glucose levels through the fluids in the eye. Inspired by my thesis, "The Challenges and Opportunities Provided by Transparent User Interface Displays," this smart phone app is designed to be used in conjunction with the Microsoft Diabet Lens, acting as a receptical for the data output and a tool for acheiving diabetic health.

Design considerations for the app include a color palette which is both related to the medical field and reassuring to the user, large indicitive buttons, recognizable icons, redundant navigation for ease of use, and plentiful customization options. This Proposal is currently being developed further to demonstrate what an actual "on-lens" display might look like, and how it might interact with the Microsoft Diabetic Lens app.

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 Lens App || Project Management and Design PDF

Microsoft Diabetic Lens App || Load Screen || Home/Main Menu || Tracking Menu

Microsoft Diabetic Lens load, home and tracking screens

Microsoft Diabetic Lens App || Glucose Tracking || Quick Share || Ex. Dropdown Menu

Microsoft Diabetic Lens glucose tracking, quick share, and sample dropdown menu screens

Microsoft Diabetic Lens App || 24 Hr Overview - Levels || 24 Hr Overview - Categorized || Hourly Breakdown Bar Chart

Microsoft Diabetic Lens chart/graph screens

Microsoft Diabetic Lens App || Custom Icon Set || Color Palette

Microsoft Diabetic Lens typeface, icons, and color pallette samples

Microsoft Diabetic Lens App || Concept & Process Sketches

Microsoft Diabetic Lens sketchbook process work
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