Generating powerful insights through contextual inquiry
Sometimes, quiet observation surpasses extended interviews.
14-Sep-2022, 10 minute read
Clinical software must respect clinicians' precious time
A user-centered approach to designing digital tools for global public health quickly surfaces that “time” is the most underappreciated factor.
04-Oct-2021, 18 minute read
Requirements for a digital information system for hypertension control
Healthcare workers are too busy to enter detailed data—but a hypertension control program needs just a few key pieces of data to improve patient care. Keep it simple.
27-Sep-2021, 15 minute read
Philomina, a staff nurse in India, explains how she uses Simple
We received this wonderful testimonial, recorded by a staff nurse in Maharashtra.
15-Oct-2020, 3 minute read
Simple Wins "Best in Show" at the IxDA Awards in Milan
Simple was recognized with the top prize at the Interaction 20 Conference
12-Feb-2020, 3 minute read
Offline-first apps are appropriate for many clinical environments
How making Simple an offline-first app reduces patient wait time
02-Jan-2020, 6 minute read
How regular phone interviews with users gets us excellent insights
Regularly scheduled phone calls helps us identify patterns of concern
20-Nov-2019, 7 minute read
What we are learning by creating an ultra-thin EMR
How clinicians use Simple to manage 125,000 patients with hypertension
18-Sep-2019, 11 minute read
5 articles to convince leaders that design and usability matters
A curated list of articles suggested by the larger design community
03-Sep-2019, 3 minute read
How storyboarding from real user data drives good product decisions
The process and value of storyboarding our user's experience
22-Aug-2019, 7 minute read
How a simulated clinic helps us make better software
Simulating clinics to understand our users and their work context