I began my research with a competitive analysis and market research survey. I also conducted in person interviews with asthma sufferers and medical personnel. The data revealed which features potential users valued most. I created personas which helped to personalize insights gathered during the research process. I created a prioritized product roadmap to define which features were top priority for AMMA, and which ones would be added later. I created a user flow to determine how users would move through the product to accomplish their goals.
AMMA User Testing Prototype
In order to test the usability of my wireframes, I created a prototype using the low fidelity wireframes using Marvel app. Testing my marvel prototype with people from the target demographic confirmed which user flows worked smoothly and where heuristics needed to be improved. User testing revealed the most valuable feature to be the ability to track symptoms and medication action plans, followed by the emergency call feature and guided breathing exercises.
I performed in person usability testing using my phone with friends and people recruited via social media. Remote testing was conducted via Usability Hub. Based on the research, I redesigned the home navigation screen.
I designed the branding, screens using material design principles, the landing page, and the wearable watch screens.