These are two patient personas and scenarios that I developed out of my user research, which helped drive the development of the Educator concept.   More information about the research behind this work available on the  POIS project page .

These are two patient personas and scenarios that I developed out of my user research, which helped drive the development of the Educator concept.

More information about the research behind this work available on the POIS project page.

 This image provides an detailed overview of the Educator software concept that I developed during my internship at Elekta. It displays the treatment planning tool,  which allows the Radiation Oncologist to present and compare the patient's different treatment options simply and visually.  This UX sketch was built in Balsamiq.

This image provides an detailed overview of the Educator software concept that I developed during my internship at Elekta. It displays the treatment planning tool,  which allows the Radiation Oncologist to present and compare the patient's different treatment options simply and visually.

This UX sketch was built in Balsamiq.

 This image provides another detailed view of Educator, this time focusing on the On Treatment view of the concept. This view focuses on presenting a understandable timeline of where the patient is in their treatment, how they are doing with side effects, and what they should expect in near future..  This UX sketch was built in Balsamiq.

This image provides another detailed view of Educator, this time focusing on the On Treatment view of the concept. This view focuses on presenting a understandable timeline of where the patient is in their treatment, how they are doing with side effects, and what they should expect in near future..

This UX sketch was built in Balsamiq.

 This image shows the information architecture of the Educator software, and its two different configurations. Educator is embedded within the Radiation Oncologist's EMR, and draws on relevant information contained within the patient's medical record.

This image shows the information architecture of the Educator software, and its two different configurations. Educator is embedded within the Radiation Oncologist's EMR, and draws on relevant information contained within the patient's medical record.

 This image shows wireframes of the Educator software's two different configurations, which allow for tailoring the information presented to the patient based upon where they are in the treatment process, i.e. pre-treatment or on treatment.  I used InVision to create a clickable prototype of these wireframes for user testing with Radiation Oncologists, Patient Educators, and patients.

This image shows wireframes of the Educator software's two different configurations, which allow for tailoring the information presented to the patient based upon where they are in the treatment process, i.e. pre-treatment or on treatment.

I used InVision to create a clickable prototype of these wireframes for user testing with Radiation Oncologists, Patient Educators, and patients.

 This image shows the wireframe of the  HUGO for Kids  application developed in  project DUMBO . Key features within the application are: the ability to watch animations of Hugo the elephant going through the simulation and treatment appointments, being able to listen to the sounds of the machines in the Radiotherapy Department, and being able to read all about what to expect and how to prepare for radiotherapy.   These are actual screenshots of the application, which was built for Android.       More information about the research and design process available on the  project DUMBO page .

This image shows the wireframe of the HUGO for Kids application developed in project DUMBO. Key features within the application are: the ability to watch animations of Hugo the elephant going through the simulation and treatment appointments, being able to listen to the sounds of the machines in the Radiotherapy Department, and being able to read all about what to expect and how to prepare for radiotherapy.

These are actual screenshots of the application, which was built for Android.
 

More information about the research and design process available on the project DUMBO page.

 This image shows the wireframe of a second application that we developed in  project DUMBO ,  HUGO for teens , targeted at children ages 12-18.  The teen application focuses on curating existing age-appropriate content about radiotherapy, consolidating it all in one place so that the teen patients don't need to search the internet for information. It provides picture slideshows and videos of the radiotherapy treatment process, and links to relevant web content.   These are actual screenshots of the application, which was built for Android. 

This image shows the wireframe of a second application that we developed in project DUMBO, HUGO for teens, targeted at children ages 12-18.

The teen application focuses on curating existing age-appropriate content about radiotherapy, consolidating it all in one place so that the teen patients don't need to search the internet for information. It provides picture slideshows and videos of the radiotherapy treatment process, and links to relevant web content.

These are actual screenshots of the application, which was built for Android. 

 This image shows the information architecture of the two HUGO android apps, HUGO for kids and HUGO for teens. The overall information structure is quite similar between the two, while the content is very different, as evidenced by the wireframes.

This image shows the information architecture of the two HUGO android apps, HUGO for kids and HUGO for teens. The overall information structure is quite similar between the two, while the content is very different, as evidenced by the wireframes.