Suvam Prasad
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I have done secondary research at the initial stage to understand the target users and validate the assumption made earlier. User1 --> Do diagnosis or blood test --> Based on report intake of vitamins User2 --> Calculate daily vitamins and minerals consumption --> Based on RDI intake of vitamins to maintain their health I followed accessibility design in the first place to make the design usable to every group of people including disabled people and marginalized people. Thanks, Crowwwn for conducting this challenge.
I have done secondary research at the initial stage to understand the target users and validate the assumption made earlier. User1 --> Do diagnosis or blood test --> Based on report intake of vitamins User2 --> Calculate daily vitamins and minerals consumption --> Based on RDI intake of vitamins to maintain their health I followed accessibility design in the first place to make the design usable to every group of people including disabled people and marginalized people. Thanks, Crowwwn for conducting this challenge.

Feedback (5)
Got your point Suvam. But If a user is consulting with a doctor then he/she must get vitamin recommendations from the doctor only. What I am saying is, in order to provide more accurate recommendations you are constraining and losing most of the users. I am not questioning your tradeoff. It is up to you how much you give value to it.
Hey, Amish Whatever you said is correct for most of the users but we need to take precautions while suggesting proper vitamins to the users. Majority of the fitness enthusiastic user make their dietary plan according to their BMI and based on their BMI, RDI(Recommended Daily Intake) made. Whereas in India, we don't directly buy vitamins because of our habits, and daily lifestyle instead we first consult with the doctor and do necessary checkups before buying any vitamins. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reference_Daily_Intake https://takecareof.com/articles/what-vitamins-supplements-should-i-take https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/vitamin-deficiency The platform needs proper information about users whether it could be Dietary intake or medical reports to provide proper vitamins. I hope you understood my solution. Thank you!
Hi Suvam, your design is very engaging and minimal. I really liked how you manage your colors throughout the design. I got a lot of inspiration from your design. Here are a couple of issues I found with the design. While completing a health profile you are asking for vitamin intake in some sort of unit. I think this will be a big constraint for most of the users to not use your app for this challenge purpose. You expect users to do a blood test or calculate consumption which most users have not done. You can ask some sort of general questions (daily lifestyle, habits, etc) which users can answer immediately. After completing the health profile, I suppose that the profile will be automatically saved. So you can just show the edit button on the next screen, I don't think there is a need for the save button. Otherwise, your design skills are great, you did really great job. Correct me if I suggest anything wrong.
Thank you for the feedback, it is insightful and worth noting. I will consider all the suggestions in my next iteration.
Pros: - Intuitive, seems to follow the well known pattern of navigation and design - Simple, the information is clear and no cognitive friction with possibly overwhelming inputs - Clean, the contrast and spacing is well balanced, the status of buttons and CTAs are visible - Reduced frustration, showcasing the steps taken and remaining, the opening screen after login is a good starting point - Exit points available on all screens - Consistent and coherent Improvement recommendations: - Simplifying the daily intake page (possibly pre written standard dosages? chart more visible?) Current setup requires many additional steps for a user which might be off putting to some - In the symptoms, medial illnesses and Diagnosis - how would it look like to choose multiple ones? Seems like it works only for one. Something to think about. Maybe add "tag like" buttons below the input boxes to showcase what was already chosen (like article tags on blogs) - Different colour depending on the results. It states there is a deficiency, but the colour green will indicate "all good" for most users - they will most likely not read the whole text after seeing it's green