• researching cancer management users flow accomplishing tasks
  • Mayo NCCS online application page wireframe
  • screens of NCCS software redesign
  • Form management for cancer study software experience

This user-centered redesign of NCCS (National Cancer Center Study management system) internet application largely improved user experience and work efficiency of Mayo Clinic and its affiliates at cancer research centers nationwide. Some of improvements include clear logic and streamlined content, reduced number of clicks and operations, branded visual design. My work involved a full scope of user experience design from evaluation of the existing software and planning research and design steps; wireframing and prototyping solutions for AI, interactivity and interface patterns; presenting solutions and user validation; delivering detailed visual designs and specifications.

Project activities: user research and documentation, mapping user flows and redesigning of front-end architecture and user interactions via wireframing & prototyping; grooming with development, presenting solutions and user-validation, collecting user-feedback & design iterations; visual design and style-guide standards.

Displayed: researching users flows, prototyped screens, wireframes.

Client: Mayo Clinic   Role: User Experience Design Lead