There is a major frustration among users that they have not been able to find an effective pill reminder/mood tracker that is cross-platform, synchronizes in real time, and is easy to use.
People want to track their medication and mood on a daily basis, but can't find an app that is both easy to use and visually appealing.
There is too much information and a confusing site map in most pill reminder products. A lot of users find it difficult to use.
Most pill reminder apps don't support multiple platforms, but users want to be able to use them on desktops and tablets. The lack of options in a product frustrates them.
To make MedCare seamless across platforms, users need a clear plan on how it works.
User flow is needed for better understanding the application structure.
As a starting point, I asked myself a few questions. Who are the MedCare users? Are they interested in archiving specific goals? What are the benefits of using this application? Why is it necessary to make this application cross-platform? Interviewing a few participants later on, it shows people have the same goal: They want to take more responsibility for their bodies, both physically and mentally. It is my job to develop an app that helps people track their needs wherever, whenever they want, on whatever device they prefer.
This is an all-age application, so the site architecture and design need to be simple, clear, and easy to use. In order to help designers design fast and consistently across all platforms, a design system is introduced. Styles can be changed and edited easily later on. I created a design with a vibrant color palette, rounded corners, and minimal decorative background. Users can easily navigate through the pages this way.