Web Design

July 2018 - Ongoing

Sometimes really cool projects just fall through, and that’s okay. What do you do then? Make it anyways. That’s what happened with this particular project. I was really excited to work on a platform for Parkinson’s patients but it didn’t work out. I decided to make it to gain more insight of web and application design.

This is in no way accurate or tested or anything. It was really to explore interactivity and designing things I’ve always wanted to do: dashboards, cool icons and apps. I did keep in mind what I thought would be useful for Parkinson’s patients, based on my limited research and knowledge.

I created a false Network, and started by creating the website. I wanted the primary colour to be bright, because we are still dealing with a serious topic. After some research, I found out the international symbol for Parkinson’s is the red tulip, so naturally using a bright red made sense.

Colours

This is in no way accurate or tested or anything. It was really to explore interactivity and designing things I’ve always wanted to do: dashboards, cool icons and apps. I did keep in mind what I thought would be useful for Parkinson’s patients, based on my limited research and knowledge.

Screenshots of Parkinson's Network website's home page.
Website's Home page.

Colours

This is in no way accurate or tested or anything. It was really to explore interactivity and designing things I’ve always wanted to do: dashboards, cool icons and apps. I did keep in mind what I thought would be useful for Parkinson’s patients, based on my limited research and knowledge.

Screenshots of Parkinson's Network website's home page.
Website's Home page.

Colours

This is in no way accurate or tested or anything. It was really to explore interactivity and designing things I’ve always wanted to do: dashboards, cool icons and apps. I did keep in mind what I thought would be useful for Parkinson’s patients, based on my limited research and knowledge.

Screenshots of Parkinson's Network website's home page.
Website's Home page.

Next was the portal itself. It was important to design for both patient and physician. I created a portal where patients can easily track their symptoms and complete assessments, that way when they visit their physician, the time can be spent discussing the important issues and not doing paperwork.

Screenshots of Parkinson's Network website's home page.
Website's Home page.

Next was the portal itself. It was important to design for both patient and physician. I created a portal where patients can easily track their symptoms and complete assessments, that way when they visit their physician, the time can be spent discussing the important issues and not doing paperwork.

Patient Portal

  1. View Upcoming Appointments

    Keep track of your upcoming appointment and assessment tests right on the front page of your dashboard

  2. Symptoms Overview

    View how frequent your symptoms have been. Customize to track one particular symptom.

  3. Track Assessment Progress

    Complete all your assessments on time with this progress box.

  4. Symptom Diary

    Track your symptoms in the symptom diary to help your physician treat you correctly and view your progress.

Mockup of Parkinson's Network Patient Portal on a computer.
Parkinson's Network Patient Portal Design
Mockup of Parkinson's Network Physician Portal on a computer.
Parkinson's Network Physician Portal Design

Physician Portal

  1. View Schedule

    Easily view your schedule for the day and create new appointments to maximize your time.

  2. Track Patients

    View patient information, assessments and symptoms diaries to better understand their condition.

  3. See patient progress

    Get an overall look at the progress of your patients.

  4. Quick Statistics

    See how many patients are completing their assessments and develop methods to increase activity.

The companion app was also created to allow patients to track and complete assessments wherever they are. You aren’t always near a computer when a symptom occurs. So this was very important as well.

3 iPhone mockups of Parkinson's Network dashboard, assessment test and symptom diary.
Parkinson's Network companion app design

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