HEALTHYDESIGN.CITY

Unlocking the full potential of health tools to transform communities.

CHALLENGE

KEY TAKEAWAYS

Urban planners, public health professionals, policymakers, and community organizers lacked robust tools to identify environmental inequities and determine appropriate interventions.

OBJECTIVE

The primary objective was to develop two web-based tools for two distinct sets of users. The project aimed to leverage open-source datasets to empower users with information crucial for informed decision-making in urban planning, public health, and community development.

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Successful launch of HealthyPlan and HealthyPlace, providing comprehensive health data for Canadian communities.

Recognition and media coverage by CBC News and Radio Canada, highlighting the tools' significance.

Positive reception from users and potential for meaningful impact in addressing health inequities.

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Research & Testing

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Interface Design

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Design Strategy

Led comprehensive usability testing of proof of concepts, interviewing and testing 65 users across Canada. Extracted valuable insights to inform design decisions. Ensured a user-centric approach, refining interfaces for optimal usability. Developed in-depth tutorials for seamless onboarding, fostering user adoption and engagement.

Developed website and mobile interfaces for both tools. Prioritized accessibility and usability, ensuring seamless navigation and engagement. Implemented user feedback and best design practices to create visually appealing and functional interfaces. Resulted in interfaces that are intuitive, informative, and responsive to user needs.

Crafted robust design strategies rooted in UX best practices. Prioritized intuitive and user-friendly interfaces for HealthyPlan and HealthyPlace. Emphasized accessibility and usability to elevate overall user experience. Incorporated feedback from testing phase to refine and optimize designs for maximum effectiveness.

CLIENT

The Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto & The Canadian Urban Environmental Health Research Consortium (CANUE), funded by the Government of Canada

DATE

Dec. 2021 - Sept. 2022
Launched December 2023

TOOLS

Figma
Adobe Illustrator
Adobe After Effects

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