Longitudinal Cancer Testing Report (2021) - Details available upon request


ux/ui design


DURATION
Jun 2021 - Aug 2021 (3 mos.)

ROLE
User Research, Concept Ideation, UX/UI Design, Design Workshop

TEAM
Ilhee Park, Kristyn Berry, Dan Terry, Serena Flanagan

Today, clinicians are presented with some pathway-specific information in report contents but are not provided with visuals illustrating how the variants detected may be impacting different points of the same pathway, and how those impacts may or may not lead to therapy response.
Knowing the pathways that the detected alterations impact, can provide clinicians with information on which pathways are driving their patient’s cancer and therefore which they should prioritize and target.

According to several interviews with doctors and design workshop, I proposed two website platform that provides aggregated information for doctors.







Key Concepts

01. Graph Oriented






02. Table Oriented









Problem Space

01. No visuals & No aggregated information

Today, clinicians are presented with some pathway specific information in report contents but are not provided with visuals illustrating how the variants detected may be impacting different points.





02. So many pages of the one PDF report file


According to the user interview with several doctors, they don’t have time to check every page of the report since the information is represented in the text on several pages.











Final Design


01. Landing Page









02. Graph Oriented


It provides an overview of the information and a detailed description with graphs.











03. Pin & Compare


Doctors can compare the data of two different days. New Updates from a previous date show in the orange accent color.









04. Future Therapies Recommendation









05. Table Oriented











06. Select & Compare






UI Design Style Guideline