Oxygen Web app

Tele-medicine and an AI-powered EHR SaaS app. Equipping physicians with cutting-edge tech solutions.

Oxygen Healthcare
SaaS, web app, health-tech
↳ Overview
Oxygen Healthcare revolutionizes telemedicine for US doctors and patients, offering a seamless online platform for medical consultations, prescriptions, lab referrals, and claims management. Unlike other telehealth applications, Oxygen provides patients with urgent care, complete access to medical histories, and the convenience of securing prompt appointments through a virtual assistant, all from the comfort of their homes. The platform also features a patient-side mobile app with a comprehensive marketplace of US doctors.
↳ My Role
As the lead designer at Oxygen, I played a crucial role in crafting the user experience and interface design for this innovative telemedicine platform. Utilizing a robust design system, I rapidly produced new screens and delivered essential assets to the development team. My responsibilities extended to designing and developing product landing pages and creating engaging social media material. Collaborating closely with product managers, developers, and stakeholders within an agile, multi-disciplinary team, I aligned UX/UI design efforts with the platform's broader product goals, ensuring an intuitive, efficient, and responsive interface for both doctors and patients.
↳ Project Outcomes

Successfully designed a comprehensive and intuitive user interface and experience for both the doctor and patient sides of the Oxygen platform, significantly enhancing usability and satisfaction.

Developed and iterated conceptual models, including wireframes, mockups, and prototypes for mobile and web applications, leading to notable improvements in feature usability and user satisfaction.

Led the creation of a Figma design system, establishing a central reference point for all mobile and web app designs. This system was instrumental in maintaining design consistency across the platform, identifying UX/UI inconsistencies, and serving as a crucial tool during User Acceptance Testing (UAT) to seamlessly bridge the gap between design and development efforts.

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