“Design follows medical ISO”
It is the wristband-type of ECG event recorder, it brings convenience with small size and real-time recording ECG data while suddenly palpitations or not comfortable from patients who have suggested or requested from his doctor of Cardiology.
This device can record heart rate data without connecting to the corresponding app. Users can also connect the device to the corresponding app via BLE to see their recorded data and send it to their doctor. The app is also responsible for adjusting the clock of the wristband.
Step, calories, and sleep modes are extra functions for the daily wearing purpose.
Requirement
Medical grade
ECG event recorder
Time: 2015 (device and smartphone app) & 2017 (tablet app)
Total working time: 18 months for device and smartphone app & two months for tablet app
Responsibility: Device and App UI design
Tool: Axure and Sketch
Domain: Medical
The tablet app is for medical personnel use. The menu is the entrance to access each function. Even without device connection, it should still allow personnel to view historical data and check rental records. When a device is connected, the app should recognize it whether it is under rental and show the corresponding UI  to guide a user how to use it.
Dynamic menu and rental device management
Using a flowchart to define the path such as whether patient data existed to show the corresponding screen. It can reduce unnecessary steps a user might go through for better usability.
The menu should show items under the current condition that is easy for users to view and choose their intended function. All menu functions were divided into three conditions and used a table to define enabled and disabled items to ease R&D's implementation.
Challenge & Solution
The wristband uses a 72 x 32 dots display. The small-sized and dots display limit the information amount and graphics performance. Also, the screen cannot light up all the time to extend the usage days by the small battery. The challenge is how to reduce the information amount to display at one time and the transition time between each screen.
Battery power and display performance limitation
By a flowchart to identify adding a new user, multiple users, and change device conditions before wireframe design.
It is a medical grade ECG recorder. The personal data must stick with the owner. However, PM thought users might record data in the same app or share the same device within a family.  It became the challenge while designing the app.  
Allow multiple users to use the same app
If information cannot display on one screen, the transition time should be considered. Also, the total time should be considered as well to follow the defined timeout time to save battery power.
The product got the TFDA and launched by 2017 on Taiwan market.
Outcome
http://miocare.mio.com/global/product_MiCor_A100_zhTWN.asp
iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/tw/app/micor/id1123523204?mt=8
Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mitac.micor&hl=zh_TW
[Product website]
[App]
The tablet app only for dealers to install.
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It is a medical grade ECG recorder. The personal data must stick with the owner. However, PM thought users might record data in the same app or share the same device within a family.  It became the challenge while designing the app.  
Allow multiple users to use the same app
The tablet app is for medical personnel use. The menu is the entrance to access each function. Even without device connection, it should still allow personnel to view historical data and check rental records. When a device is connected, the app should recognize it whether it is under rental and show the corresponding UI  to guide a user how to use it.
Dynamic menu and rental device management
If information cannot display on one screen, the transition time should be considered. Also, the total time should be considered as well to follow the defined timeout time to save battery power.
By a flowchart to identify adding a new user, multiple users, and change device conditions before wireframe design.
Using a flowchart to define the path such as whether patient data existed to show the corresponding screen. It can reduce unnecessary steps a user might go through for better usability.
The menu should show items under the current condition that is easy for users to view and choose their intended function. All menu functions were divided into three conditions and used a table to define enabled and disabled items to ease R&D's implementation.
Requirement
It is the wristband-type of ECG event recorder, it brings convenience with small size and real-time recording ECG data while suddenly palpitations or not comfortable from patients who have suggested or requested from his doctor of Cardiology.
This device can record heart rate data without connecting to the corresponding app. Users can also connect the device to the corresponding app via BLE to see their recorded data and send it to their doctor. The app is also responsible for adjusting the clock of the wristband.
Step, calories, and sleep modes are extra functions for the daily wearing purpose.
“Design follows medical ISO”
The wristband uses a 72 x 32 dots display. The small-sized and dots display limit the information amount and graphics performance. Also, the screen cannot light up all the time to extend the usage days by the small battery. The challenge is how to reduce the information amount to display at one time and the transition time between each screen.
Requirement
Battery power and display performance limitation
The product got the TFDA and launched by 2017 on Taiwan market.
Outcome
http://miocare.mio.com/global/product_MiCor_A100_zhTWN.asp
iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/tw/app/micor/id1123523204?mt=8
Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mitac.micor&hl=zh_TW
[Product website]
[App]
The tablet app only for dealers to install.
Contact Lydia
View next
More works
Medical grade ECG event recorder
Time: 2015 (device and smartphone app) & 2017 (tablet app)
Total working time: 18 months for device and smartphone app & two months for tablet app
Responsibility: Device and App UI design
Tool: Axure and Sketch
Domain: Medical
It is a medical grade ECG recorder. The personal data must stick with the owner. However, PM thought users might record data in the same app or share the same device within a family.  It became the challenge while designing the app.  
Allow multiple users to use the same app
The tablet app is for medical personnel use. The menu is the entrance to access each function. Even without device connection, it should still allow personnel to view historical data and check rental records. When a device is connected, the app should recognize it whether it is under rental and show the corresponding UI  to guide a user how to use it.
Dynamic menu and rental device management
If information cannot display on one screen, the transition time should be considered. Also, the total time should be considered as well to follow the defined timeout time to save battery power.
By a flowchart to identify adding a new user, multiple users, and change device conditions before wireframe design.
Using a flowchart to define the path such as whether patient data existed to show the corresponding screen. It can reduce unnecessary steps a user might go through for better usability.
The menu should show items under the current condition that is easy for users to view and choose their intended function. All menu functions were divided into three conditions and used a table to define enabled and disabled items to ease R&D's implementation.
Requirement
It is the wristband-type of ECG event recorder, it brings convenience with small size and real-time recording ECG data while suddenly palpitations or not comfortable from patients who have suggested or requested from his doctor of Cardiology.
This device can record heart rate data without connecting to the corresponding app. Users can also connect the device to the corresponding app via BLE to see their recorded data and send it to their doctor. The app is also responsible for adjusting the clock of the wristband.
Step, calories, and sleep modes are extra functions for the daily wearing purpose.
“Design follows medical ISO”
The wristband uses a 72 x 32 dots display. The small-sized and dots display limit the information amount and graphics performance. Also, the screen cannot light up all the time to extend the usage days by the small battery. The challenge is how to reduce the information amount to display at one time and the transition time between each screen.
Requirement
Battery power and display performance limitation
The product got the TFDA and launched by 2017 on Taiwan market.
Outcome
http://miocare.mio.com/global/product_MiCor_A100_zhTWN.asp
iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/tw/app/micor/id1123523204?mt=8
Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mitac.micor&hl=zh_TW
[Product website]
[App]
The tablet app only for dealers to install.
View next
More works
Contact Lydia
Medical grade ECG event recorder
Time: 2015 (device and smartphone app) & 2017 (tablet app)
Total working time: 18 months for device and smartphone app & two months for tablet app
Responsibility: Device and App UI design
Tool: Axure and Sketch
Domain: Medical