BMJ Best Practice
Lead interaction designer during rebuild of clinical decision support tool
The British Medical Journal rebuilt Best Practice from the ground up – it’s now ranked one of the best clinical decision support tools for professionals worldwide.
Competitor research - mapping out user journeys through log in
User research informed design. Prior to sprint, new features were prototyped and tested with doctors in hospitals throughout the UK.
Usability testing recorded via Camtasia
Task flows and prototypes, built in Axure
Brand evolution was part of my responsibilities – updating the logo for use on mobile, typography and colour ways.
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I shared the UI designs with stakeholders in InVision and front-end developers in Zeplin.
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These UI / interaction designs were used to create a Material design prototype, enabling usability review before sprint planning.
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Using Bootstrap 4 grid system - UI designs were created mobile first
Best Practice MVP was launched on October 2017 – taking 3 dev teams, 28 sprints = 1 year.
Work to improve this app continues…