Client: Personal Project
Services: User interface, and experience design
The market currently doesn't have a symptom tracker fit for purpose for the many people that need one. They are slow, unintuitive, and bloated with unnecessary information. Many users favour using Google Sheets or an Excel Spreadsheet over a symptom tracker app as they find it faster.
My goal is to create an application targeting those who currently favour spreadsheets, and those who struggle to keep a their record updated in an existing app while maintaining a busy lifestyle.
Bright, bold, and colourful palette. These colours were chosen to help the app appear friendly, welcoming, and memorable.
Splash screens designed as an introduction to the app. A short skippable tutorial to give the user insight into what the app offers.
These screens show how the user would add an entry for food consumed. Preset options for time are added for quick entries. Users will not have to manually enter a time for each entry, significantly speeding up usage of the app.
Miscellaneous page designs. First shown is a clip from the calendar page where the user can quickly overview the level of symptoms for each week, month, or year. Second shown is the method to add food presets. Users can add their own food choices and select an icon to represent it.
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