Collaborated by: Simon Fraser University, BC Children's Hospital and Emily Carr University
Toolset: Rails | HTML | JS | Sass
Parents of children with brain-based disabilities record a large amount of information about their child’s medication, sleep, and wake behaviours. Every parent has their own. The sheer quantity of medical and non-medical records can be overwhelming for the parents and the clinicians.
We created SWAPP to help parents and clinicians track a child’s behaviours. The app adopts a user-centered approach to collecting information, allowing parents to ‘own their data’ and individualize what they keep track of on a long-term bases, while also tracking short-term data that is requested by a clinician — such as positive or negative effects of a prescribed medication — allowing for immediate follow up, if necessary.
Assisted with the wireframes
Implemented the design
Collaborated with other designers to come up with design solutions
Able to implement the design that was passed on from the design team
Able to make changes and adjustments by collaborating with the design team
Able to build a full functioning web app with a small team (a back-end + a front-end)