User experience design and front end development for the UI Health Department of Cardiology. Vessil allows patients to store and manage data related to their cardiac stents and insurance cards.
Vessil was built in collaboration with Elaine Guan, Enrique Padilla, and John-John Miranda, as part of the Mobile App Design and Development course at the UIC School of Design.
This app was developed with Xcode, using Swift and the Interface Builder. We used Figma for prototyping and designing the interface. Because the app's target demographic is elderly patients, who are more likely to have heart health concerns, and less likely to be comfortable with technology, we tested our prototype with family members within the demographic and adjusted the experience according to their feedback.
Vessil aims to provide an accessible, uncomplicated interface for doctors, health organizations, and the patients themselves to access their cardiac implant information. Users can photograph or manually input information from their stent cards and insurance cards, export and/or share the data with their doctors, and access educational articles about cardiac health. The data can optionally be secured with a custom passcode. The application includes light and dark modes, and is also localized for the Spanish language.