For much of the last six years I have been developing user interfaces for complex online tools and platforms in the Danish public sector. Each of these tools have very different functions and are used across a wide range of professions and departments. But they all followed a basic principle: to revolutionise how professionals communicated with each other and with the citizens they were caring for. The interfaces needed to be easy to use, quick to learn and yet capable of incorporating increasingly complex tools and features over time.
Alldialogue suite of online apps
User interface design. For the past six years I have been working closely with Alldialogue on their numerous digital platforms for public services. In 2015 they integrated a large number of tools into a single online platform.
UI Design: icons & infographics from apps
Alldialogue.com info site
Alldialogue infosite. The site needed to communicate both the depth and power of the platform and the simplicity and relevance to the customers. I designed more than a hundred separate icons which needed to act alone to denote a specific function, and also in various combinations, to show how the different tools could work seamlessly across the platform, and across sectors such as health, employment and welfare. Winner of the "Digitaliseringsprisen" innovation prize in 2017.
iPad training app for pensioners
Motion and sleep data based motivational app . As part of a pilot project, a group of pensioners between the ages of 70 and 85 years who were experiencing low sleep quality levels, reduced physical activity and had low levels of social interaction were given sensor wristbands and iPads. My task was to develop a user interface which delivered motion and sleep data to the seniors, and help motivate them to be more active in their lifestyles. Due to increased visual impairment, low technical skills and reduced motor skills and dexterity, the interface needed to be as clear, uncluttered and easy to understand as possible.