Based on a friend's research on improving UX for medics while programming electrodes of DBS implants I worked based on previous low-fidelity wireframes on a high-fidelity prototype.
Qualitative interviews with six doctors from the University Hospital of Würzburg have shown that there are sometimes significant deficiencies in the areas of self-description, learning, error tolerance and individualization.
LoFi Prototypes helped to quickly gather user feedback regarding information completeness and structure. In following tests most users felt comfortable with the structure, but clickable areas needed to be highlighted more clearly.
In the LoFi prototype test session users had problems identifying interactive hit areas. So I decided to color interactive components clearly blue. Icons and labels are mostly combined, so it matches the users expectations.
1. Unfortunately this variation of a HiFi Prototype is not tested yet with medics, so this needs to be done to move ahead.
3. Thinking about really making the usage easier, especially for beginners and in such important fields is a really good feeling.
4. 3D control is hard to test in prototyping tools. Need to figure out how to deal with it one day.
Thanks to my friend and former colleague Tim for asking me to help out with your project and for letting me use some insights here on my website. 🍺 (this is for you!)