The vaccine tracker lets moms keep track of vaccines, record dates
received, know what's upcoming, and learn more about different vaccines.
We added a vaccine tracker to support our partner healthcare systems and
our users, making it easy for users to keep track of their children's
vaccines and stay on course.
At Circle I was a design team of one. For this project I performed
research, interaction design, prototyping, visual design, and worked
daily with our four platform developers to implement the feature on iOS
Created a brief after interviewing business stakeholders and talking
to a few moms to how they approached getting vaccines for their kids
and how they keep track of it.
Iterated through several rounds of sketches, focusing on keeping the
controls as native as possible so moms wouldn't have to learn anything
custom, since this feature likely wouldn't be used every week (and
even less once your child is older and is getting vaccinated less
Developed wireframes and prototypes to communicate concepts to the
product team and solicit feedback. I like to get feedback early from
Product and developers.
Created iterations based on feedback and made sure all corner cases
where covered. Then, created visual design to incorporate the brand
colors and improve hierarchy and clarity.
Made a detailed prototype to communicate the interactions.
Wireframes detailing the screens and states of the vaccine tracker.
User flow for adjusting the date received of a vaccine.
Screenshots of the App Store build of Circle by Providence showing the
vaccine list and the vaccine detail screens.
Video of the App Store version of the vaccine tracker. Press play to