Wearable Tech

Making Medical-Grade Data Accessible and Actionable for Everyone


My Association

I worked with a start-up based in the USA as a senior UX and UI designer. During this time I worked closely with the stakeholders to understand their product requirements and translate them into intuitive and actionable data accessible via mobile and web apps. 

Team Members - Stakeholders, UX designer, android, iOS developer and web app

Project Duration - 1 Year

Project Requirement Summary

The wearable health-tech start-up aimed to revolutionise the way people engage with their health data, providing actionable insights to promote healthy habits and prevent potential health issues. The company's primary product was a wearable device capable of collecting medical-grade data - glucose, blood pressure and sleep pattern. The challenge was creating a compelling UX and UI design to simplify complex health data, encourage user engagement and drive behaviour change


With the aim to encourage, engage and empower customers to take control of their health, we planned to create an intuitive and minimal user experience and interface design. Based on the research findings shared by the client’s research team, we established key goals for the UX and UI design:

  1. Accessibility: Ensuring that users, regardless of their technical expertise or health knowledge, could easily understand and engage with the data.
  2. Actionability: Designing a solution that empowers users to take actionable steps towards improving their health based on the provided insights.
  3. Personalisation: Creating a customisable experience to cater to individual preferences, health goals, and conditions.
  4. Simplicity: Striving for a clean and intuitive design that minimises cognitive load and eliminates unnecessary complexities.
  5. Adaptive Design: To provide a seamless user experience across web and phone devices, creative a scalable and adaptive UI design system was created.
  6. Animation and Micro-interactions: Incorporating subtle animations and micro-interactions to provide feedback, enhance engagement, and guide users through the interface.

Results and Impact

By prioritising accessibility, actionability, personalisation, simplicity, and visual appeal, the wearable health-tech start-up successfully transformed complex medical-grade data into an intuitive and engaging user experience. Continual user feedback and iterative design processes will enable the company to further refine its product and continuously deliver exceptional user experiences.