I personally started with crafting basic branding sketches from picking colors to fonts in order to create a composed look, following the design system on the 'Overview' page.
Here are some of the UX/UI solutions I meant to implement;
1. Providing users a friendly language. Most of the medical terms and values are generally difficult to understand by the patients. I intended to keep the language simple, clear and reachable as if the system is talking to a friend. It also encourages and motivates the users to keep their progress going to reach out to their intended goals about their health.
2. Implementing a simple and clear direction. Electronic medical platforms or even printed outcomes are visibly complexed and meant to be analyzed by the medical professional. The platform I designed offers a direct communication with the user by prioritizing their needs.
3. Enabling a smart resulting system. This platform provides a patient-focused system by keeping their data through smart estimations such as asking you if you are fighting with an infection regarding your high white blood cell results. The system also, compares your results and provides you a statistical data.
I created a highly favorable system both can be used on mobile and desktop aiming to be used effortlessly by the wide range of users.
I preferred a simple look sticking to a soft color palette, visible iconography and self-explanatory infographics.
As a result, keeping your data enables the system to be more convenient for you to remember and gather all the medical information including appointments. Patients are meant to use the platform stress-free.