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Pulseband Final Summary

A12f0862df707ae994a14b21079d545e?s=47 Ray Liu
February 28, 2015

Pulseband Final Summary

A wearable concept and mobile app for heart patients.

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Ray Liu

February 28, 2015
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  1. P U L S E B A N D P

    R O J E C T S U M M A RY T E A M W I N E H O U S E F E B 2 0 , 2 0 1 5
  2. I N T R O D U C T I

    O N
  3. A B O U T Pulseband is a new wearable

    monitor in the form a sleek wristband. It measures a wearer’s blood pressure, heart rate, steps, and sleep patterns, among other vitals. Projections by 2016 • Healthcare wearables market to exceed 2.9 billion1 • 100 million devices will be sold annually, with 20 million devices being medical wearables1 1 ABI Research, http://www.computerworld.com/article/2505635/consumerization/wearable-technology-market-to-exceed--6b-by-2016.html
  4. G O A L S A N D O B

    J E C T I V E S • Conduct research to gain industry insight, understand product line potential, and identify user needs • Design a prototype of a mobile application based on research that includes a visualization component to explore heart health and data
  5. P R O J E C T T I M

    E L I N E Sprint 1: Research Sprint 2: Ideate Sprint 3: Build & Design Sprint 4: Prototype
  6. P R O D U C T R O A

    D M A P • Real-Time BP + HR Monitoring • Real-Time Activity Monitoring • Cross Data Insights • Contacts • Medication + Appt Reminders • Data Sharing • Alert Setting CURRENT NEAR TERM • Medical Reference Library • Goal Setting • Interface for tablet FUTURE • Web Interface • Integration with Pacemakers and ICD’s • Medical Professional Interface • Food Tracker
  7. S P R I N T 1 : R E

    S E A R C H
  8. How might we use wearables to enhance cardiac patient experiences?

  9. Popular Media Search Publications Research Phone Interviews SWOT Analysis R

    E S E A R C H M E T H O D S
  10. DOCTORS MEDICAL STUDENTS NURSES POTENTIAL USERS WEARABLES USERS 2 2

    2 2 2 I N T E R V I E W S
  11. R E S E A R C H F I

    N D I N G S Insight Design Goal Users struggle using multiple, complicated tools to takes vital readings at home Take multiple types of readings automatically for the patient with one device Monitoring multiple data types at once can improve detection Provide cross-data insights Real-time EKG monitoring can detect arrythemias and other abnormalities earlier Leverage EKG monitoring to provide alerts Some consumers associate mobile data with security vulnerability Make users feel safe and secure when recording and sharing data Users are confused and overwhelmed by complicated data displays Provide clear but informative data visualization
  12. Insight Design Goal Users struggle with self-reporting (lying and inaccuracy)

    Eliminate user error by providing automated data recording Users forget to take medication, especially refills Remind users to perform critical activities Doctors can’t get accurate picture from one day of data Record data over time to show trends and better inform care providers Patients arrive at the hospital too late when having a heart attack Provide user with immediate and actionable feedback Cardiac rehabilitation is underutilized due to lack of patient activity control Allow users to closely track physical activity on their own R E S E A R C H F I N D I N G S
  13. Feels burdened by bulky health monitors at home Loves to

    be out and about Often forgets to take his medication Prone to second heart attack Values mobility and reminders U S E R P E R S O N A # 1 : T E R RY
  14. Tracks caloric intake, tries taking blood pressure often Has a

    high-stress, physical job Is in good physical shape Has several critical risk factors for heart conditions Values real-time access to predictive health data U S E R P E R S O N A # 2 : J O R D A N
  15. Wants clear indicator of health without medical jargon Wants to

    be healthy, but too lazy to be proactive Values convenience and effortlessness Obese and diabetic, prone to future cardiac conditions U S E R P E R S O N A # 3 : S T E L L A
  16. S P R I N T 2 : I D

    E AT E
  17. INITIATE INTERACT RESULT Buy band Register band Actively use band

    Open app View data Understand data Have a clear indication of health Download App Sign Up On-boarding Process Login Wear Band Regularly Login Home Screen General Data Detailed Data Data Answers Share Data Quick & Reliable Access to Personal Data Adjust Settings p.r.n. W O R K F L O W
  18. Landing Screen Sign-up Screen Login Reset Password Successful Registration Screen

    Dashboard Pedometer Data Blood Sugar Data Heart-rate Data Blood Pressure Data Oxygen Saturation Data Respiratory Rate Data Daily Rate Rate Over Time Send Data Question Data Correlations Weekly Rate Correlation Rate Sync Device About Me Email & Password Emergency Contact Settings Medication Reminders Alerts Edit Profile Contacts Emergency Scenarios Emergency Contacts Limit Access Measurements Displayed Data Daily Rate Rate Over Time Send Data Question Data Correlations Weekly Rate Correlation Rate Daily Rate Rate Over Time Send Data Question Data Correlations Weekly Rate Correlation Rate Daily Rate Rate Over Time Send Data Question Data Correlations Weekly Rate Correlation Rate Daily Rate Rate Over Time Send Data Question Data Correlations Weekly Rate Correlation Rate Daily Rate Rate Over Time Send Data Question Data Correlations Weekly Rate Correlation Rate Allow Access to Contacts S C R E E N F L O W
  19. Log In Pair Set Up Emergenc Confirm Forgot Set Up

    Enter Email Enter Email Enter Password Remember Username Enter First Name Turn on Bluetooth Enter Email Enter Password Enter Name Enter Phone Confirm Password Enter Age Enter Ethnicity Enter Weight Enter Height Enter Gender Access Dashboard Forgot Password Sign Up Skip View T’s & C’s Log Sign A P P L I C AT I O N M A P
  20. Dashboar BP Reminder View Current View Vital Snapshots View Next

    Reminder View History Add New Reminder View Daily Reminders Edit Existing View Current BP Add Add Med Reminder HR View History View Current HR Activity View History View Steps View Insights View Insights View Insights Add Appt Reminder Specify Name & Share Data Share Data Share Data Main Home A P P L I C AT I O N M A P
  21. Profile Settings Emergency Contacts Edit Account Info Edit Personal View

    Contacts Contact Contacts Add New Contact View History Log Out Edit Device Settings Edit Alerts Reset Password Edit Existing Contact New Contact Access Address Specify Name Specify Phone Auto-Save Auto-Save Hamburger Menu A P P L I C AT I O N M A P
  22. Sign Up Log In Pop-up automatically comes over the previous

    screen. This becomes their primary emergency contact User will always have to enter a password to access the app Tapping this link will take you to marketing page M O B I L E W I R E F R A M E S
  23. Dashboard Vitals Reminders Menu items are Dashboard, Vitals, Reminders Tapping

    this link will take you to a web page Taking a photo automatically records name, picture, and frequency the medication should be taken. Pictures of medication so easily identifiable Calendar button accesses native calendar feature
  24. BP/HR Activity The app will display insights based on current

    readings and trends, and provide links to more information. Activity data is based on steps from the pedometer and the initial profile information (i.e. weight, height) User can share a comprehensive snapshot of their data through the phone’s native email app. Users can view their data across various timeframes.
  25. S P R I N T 3 : B U

    I L D & D E S I G N
  26. K E Y S C R E E N S

    Setting Up AT&T 9:08 PM 89% A LITTLE ABOUT YOU The better the Pulseband understands you, the better advice it can offer. Next Step 3 of 5 Weight 165 lbs 166 lbs 167 lbs Height 4 ft 5 ft 6 ft Age 38 years 39 years 40 years 6 in 7 in 8 in Dashboard AT&T 9:08 PM 89% mmHg / 120 80 3300 100 Today Friday, January 06 Your blood pressure is slightly elevated compared to last week Send this information to your doctor You are 30% complete with your daily steps goal Send this information to your doctor I’ve taken my 6pm medication Your next medication is scheduled for 6pm on Friday, January 6. steps bpm ACTIVITY HR BP Today Friday, January 06 Cross Data Insights Vitals AT&T 9:08 PM 89% Your blood pressure has been high, while your HR has stayed the same. Currently you are not taking any BP medication. Notify your doctor BP Steps HR Your blood pressure has been high, while your HR has stayed the same. Notify your doctor Your blood pressure has been high, while your HR has stayed the same. Currently you are not taking any BP medication. Notify your doctor Your blood pressure has been high, while your HR has stayed the same. Currently you are not taking any BP medication. Notify your doctor
  27. M O B I L E U I

  28. S P R I N T 4 : P R

    O T O T Y P E
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  30. Q U E S T I O N S ?