I was asked to produce a proof-of-concept prototype of an MVP for UltraLinq's venture into a patient monitoring system that would combine SP02, BP, ECG and other vitals tracking into a single system for clinicians. This prototype would also being to establish code-as-ux-documentation practices within the organization to reduce interaction ambiguity for devs as we prepared for future responsive redesigns of UltraLinq's systems.
I consulted with the product, dev and device teams across New York, St. Louis and Durham to collect existing requirements and flats of the patient monitoring work out of its existing workflow in Sketch and Abstract.
I then worked closely with product managers and the company's Chief Clinical Officer on understanding priority information and workflows of clinicians who would be using the product, with existing requirements and comps as guides.
I utilized an admin dashboard site skin as a baseline framework for the rapid prototyping of this front-end, and ran the work in progress through a number of internal showcases and regular stand-ups to ensure the interface fit both clinician-needs and were sufficient for product developers to use as guidance.
The project was ultimately delivered as an HTML archive, with a documentation deck of annotated screenshots to capture behaviors that required data connections that were not yet available.