My Lil’ Health Bot (UX)

My Lil' Health Bot

A mobile application for students that makes online ordering and delivery a breeze. Designed for the My Lil' Health Bot company.

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My high fidelity deliverable from the customer’s point of view. My other deliverables include the courier’s point of view and a drone delivery version.

Tools

Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe XD, Balsamiq, Clip Studio Paint, Google Suite

Methodologies

design research, sequential storyboards, wireframes

Design Research

My Lil’ Health Bot provides university students with on-demand care products via their high-tech vending machines. This mobile application’s goal is to make it easier for students to access and order the products for pickup or delivery. Through cute visuals, an easy-to-use interface, and gamification elements, the application hopes to attract not only student customers, but also student couriers who wish to earn an extra buck delivering products from the vending machines to student dormitories.

My design research involved installing and studying existing similar applications like Uber, SkiptheDishes, DoorDash, Starbucks, and Instacart among many others. From there, I created a folder filled with screenshots in which I intended to draw inspiration from for my design. Because My Lil’ Health Bot wanted gamification elements, I also looked into successful video games like Overwatch and League of Legends and studied what made them so successful. A common trend I found among multiplayer games was the ranking system that rewarded players based on how well they play in their matches.

Prototyping

After completing the design research, I ran through my ideas with the company founder and upon getting the green light, I proceeded to create my prototypes. I started with a medium fidelity paper-type prototype on Balsamiq, and ended with a high fidelity prototype, done on Adobe XD.

After completing the design research, I ran through my ideas with the company founder and upon getting the green light, I proceeded to create my prototypes. I started with a medium fidelity paper-type prototype on Balsamiq, and ended with a high fidelity prototype, done on Adobe XD.

Medium Fidelity

I created my medium fidelity design on Balsamiq and presented it to the team via video chat for feedback. Keeping the medium fidelity design instead of moving on to the high fidelity design without getting feedback allowed me to quickly make the necessary changes needed before (again) getting feedback, as well as the green light needed to finally move on to the high fidelity design. 

High Fidelity

My high fidelity deliverable from the customer’s point of view. My other deliverables include the courier’s point of view and a drone delivery version.

Some of the animations I created for the application.

During my time at My Lil’ Health Bot, I can definitely say that I enjoyed and learned a lot not only regarding UX and UI design, but also regarding remote work. As I did this internship during the COVID-19 epidemic, the work became more challenging. However, this project also proved that anything can be done with the right amount of dedication, time management, and communication.