Why don’t we create an application where parents can track their children's' immunization records?
Doctor's DESKTOP APP
PATIENT'S MOBILE APP
5 Back End
2 Front End
1 UX Designer
I designed an application in which parents can keep track, and schedule their children’s immunization records and doctors can update them.
“ Did you know that 24% of parents have lost their children’s immunization records at least one time? ”
As a parent, it's hard to keep track of your child’s immunization records especially if you move or switch doctors.
As an adult, it’s even harder to access records for travel that requires immunizations or booster shots.
Immunify allows medical professionals to upload immunization records to your personal or family account.
They need a platform to do their job
They value their privacy
They care for their patient (child)
They need a platform to track their vaccines
They value their personal data
They care for their child (patient)
See the similarities? Doctors and patients may be two completely kinds of users but in the end, they both have common issues.
Our market is not that big as expected to be. (But that’s is not a problem)
Doctors use strictly their laptop or desktop for their job-related tasks whereas 95% of the patients use their phones.
Almost 15% of parents are anti-vaxxers or they are not sure if they want to vaccinate their children
We need to improve our way of which we presenting our app to customers. Our platforms currently work only on a mobile. The problem is that doctors use their laptops or a desktop for their job. So, maybe we need to create a desktop version for our app.
Our app has to deal with something that is very private for people and many of them aren’t likely to share. Their medical records. As we can see from the map the customer has to do make the decision to share their medical records really quickly so we need to build trust.
It seems that we have too many steps for finally, our users end up to the final point. Download, create an account, find a doctor near, (wait for the doctor’s approval) and finally register. Maybe we need to reduce those steps.
The onboarding process for user and ability for parents to add their children to their account
The ability for a user to grant permission for a doctor to edit their immunization records (the person can’t edit themselves)
The overview homepage for a user to see a summary of received and missing immunizations
The onboarding process for medical professionals
The ability for doctors to input immunization name, date received and place received into a person’s file
The homepage for doctors to see all patients and single pageview for each patient as well