Sage health hacks

UX Design, UI Design

I worked in a small team developing and designing the mobile application and the back office site. I was responsible in designing the user journey, concept definition, ideation, and, the user interface design.

Sage health hacks

Ideation

I visualised a mobile application that is simple and easy to use. That is, a mobile application that allows me to save articles and read them later. The customer also wanted to create myths, which will allow the user to participate in reading the article and guessing if the information on the article is true or false.

Ideation

Look & feel

I designed of and user interface working closely with Software Engineers, we designed a user interface that works with both Android and iOS, following the Material Design and iOS Human Interface Guidelines.

Look & feel

Visual concept

Visual concept

Functionalities and features

Check your daily health tips

Also known as “Discover”, is the screen where everything starts, browse the new articles posted, and decide what to read.

For the pilot application we implemented the swipe to hide the articles that are not relevant for the user.

Check your daily health tips

Like what you read? Keep it on your bookmarks!

Bookmark your favourite articles, or save it to read it later.

Like what you read? Keep it on your bookmarks!

Get challenged.

Among the daily posts, we created a “myth” post for the users to interact with the app.

The customer will read it, and at the end of the article, the article will show you a question for you to respond if the article is true or false. The result will display an accurate response with the information.

Get challenged.

Follow recommendations, set your reminders.

Some articles provide health recommendations that can be followed. We designed the option for setting up reminders that will help to remember when to follow that advice, either drink a glass of water, take a breath, or do some home exercises!

Follow recommendations, set your reminders.