RESUS Ultrasound is an iOS application that aids bedside ultrasound diagnosis in the emergency department (ED). It aims to enable emergency physicians who might not have much experience in ultrasonography to rapidly detect critical abnormalities leading to proper and timely management. RESUS Ultrasound offers concise instructions and photos regarding how and where to place the ultrasound probe, as well as normal and commonly found abnormal images associate with that particular probe position.
In this project, I collaborated with a group of emergency physicians at King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital to design the core user experience of the application. In the design phase I constructed the information architecture and developed interactive prototypes for usability testing with doctors and medical students.
The final visual design was produced by a great designer Buatoom. In this iteration, I extrapolate the user interface kit into more interactive prototypes for further testing purposes. Finally, I led the iOS development team to bring this app to fruition.
Final interactive prototype