Year: 2017 (not launched yet)
Sundhedsdatastyrelsens needed a redesign of their site and datasystem eSundhed.dk where citizens and health professional can extract data about the danish healthcare system. The task included merging an open and closed platform.
I had the role as UX lead in this project being responsible for: initial target group analysis, stakeholder involvement, information architecture, concept development, wire-framing, user testing and documentation.
Making a transparent and complete overview of a comprehensive amount of data
By rethinking the information architecture and navigation we worked with the premise to give the user a complete overview of the site from the landing page through a mega menu and site index.
To give easy acces to complex data and put the user in control of what data they wanted and how they wanted it was another request we worked with, through intuitive wizard functionalities and a personal dashboard.
Communicating to a broad and diverse user group ranging from citizens and journalists to highly specialised researchers and economists we needed to work with different ways to acces and approach data. We worked with registers as the data and number driven approach and the topics as the story based narrativ driven approach.
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