eviQ is a free resource of evidence-based, consensus driven cancer treatment protocols and information. It is for the Australian context and supports health professionals in the delivery of cancer treatments.
I was working at Webcoda, a design and development agency and they came to us to re-design and develop their website. We created a website based on Kentico CMS and their entire back end files needed to fit into the system because there were hundreds of protocols.
I designed the wireframes and prototypes and did the UI design. The team consisted of the technical director, a front and back end developer, the design lead and myself. The whole project ran for around a year.
I worked with our technical director, to create prototypes that could demonstrate the information architecture and interactions. This is one of the final iterations of the prototype.
This is a walk through of getting from the homepage to view different sections of a protocol page.
This is the walkthrough for users to submit a protocol. We wanted the user to narrow it down to which protocol stream (Cancer genetics, Medical Oncology, etc) so that the protocol submission would go to the correct team for review within eviQ.
My role: UX and design
Lead designer: Damian Simpkins