Let’s set the context
The WHO states that about 422 million people worldwide have diabetes. The average death rate is 1.5 million people per year. WHO also states that most of these deaths could have been prevented by taking proper care
Current user behavior
People go on google/Youtube for info and go through a lot of blogs/videos etc.. Some users follow health/lifestyle influencers Some other users consult professionals to get a personalized diet...
People want to follow a healthy lifestyle Want easy ways to manage their lifestyle They can find a lot of information online however finding genuine reliable resources online is not easy not everyone has the time/resource to consult a professional
Simple on boarding screens
Asking questions during onboarding can allow the app to gather information about the user's specific needs and preferences. This can help tailor the app's functionality and content to better meet the user's needs. A smooth and informative onboarding process can increase the chances of users to stick with the app, as they will understand the app's capabilities and how it can help them.
Providing easy access to important health tools, such as appointment scheduling, medication reminders, and symptom tracking.
Showing alerts or notifications for upcoming appointments, test results, or other important information.
Providing a way for users to communicate with their healthcare providers, such as through secure messaging or video consultations.
Displaying a summary of the user's current health status, such as vital signs, medications, and recent lab results.
Allowing users to view their medical history, including past diagnoses, treatments, and lab results.
Offering resources and information on specific health conditions, such as symptoms, treatment options, and support groups.
Storing results allows users to easily view and track their health information over time. This can help them identify patterns or trends in their symptoms or lab results, which can be valuable for managing their health.
Storing results can also help ensure that the data is accurate and up-to-date. This can be particularly important for users who are tracking multiple health conditions or taking multiple medications.
Having a resource section in the app can save users time and effort of having to search for the information on the web, as the app can provide them with all the necessary information they need in one place.
A resource section can also help users understand the importance of their treatment plans, medications, and how to use them correctly