Research, Ideation, UX/UI Design
Adobe Photoshop, Marvel Prototyping App
This project deals with the development of a Mobile Corneal Topographer Application that started as a part of Engineering The Eye 2016 hackathon conducted by L.V. Prasad Eye Institute and M.I.T. Media Lab at Srujana Innovation Center, Hyderabad. I further worked on this during my internship there.
Our project's vision is to democratize corneal topography in low resource areas by developing a low-cost mobile attachment and application that works as a miniature corneal topographer, a device which maps the surface curvature of cornea.
Bullseye would be used by doctors — who spend most of their time taking critical decisions concerning the life of others, hence I designed the UX to be as non-intrusive to a doctor's workflow as possible and opted for a minimal style with a mellow colour scheme. A major consideration in this was to present map information lucidly. Read the case study for this project to learn more about the process behind it.
Tej Kohli Corneal Institute (TKCI) Srujana Innovation Award and Award for Team Excellence.
Play around with the click through prototype!