WHAT I DID
User Interviews, User Flows, personas, Site Map, Wireframes, Prototyping, Interface Design
Combat Medical develops and delivers mission critical devices that simplify tactical medicine and dramatically empower medical operators to save lives.Click to View PDF
Starting with paper and pen, I sketched out the different product lines, categories and mapped out the ordering process. Using sticky notes, user flows and sitemaps I was able to create a clean and comfortable flowing navigation.Click to View PDF
With Google Analytics, I was able to see where people were leaving the site. Through user interviews and personas, I adjusted the interface so the user was more comfortable with completing their order.
When it came to the interface design, it needed to be clear which products fell under which product lines. The color coding of each product set another challenge.
Visually this was done by laying out the title to show the product line and the product category in a color coded bar across the top. This allows the user to easily find the product for the injury they need to treat.
The importance of sketching things out first: Going to paper first is a quick and easy way to potentially discover problems before you start the heavy lifting.
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