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Navi(gate) your mental health

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CHALLENGE

KEY TAKEAWAYS

University students and leaders lacked full awareness of all the available resources and didn't possess any means to easily identify and access them.

OBJECTIVE

Redesign the user interface & friendliness of an existing chatbot to increase adoption & usage amongst key stakeholders.

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Significantly improved user flow by implementing features that allowed users to more easily navigate and engage with the AI chatbot.

Recommended a more directional conversation style to be adopted by the chatbot in order to optimize readability for users at a faster pace.

Currently in use by the University of Toronto with over 60,000 students connecting to critical resources per year.


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User Flow

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Design & Testing

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Navigation was improved by inserting important functions, most notably a feature that allowed users to go back amidst ongoing chatbot conversations, especially when provided several options. A feedback feature also ensured that training for the chatbot was prioritized.

Developed high-fidelity prototypes that encouraged longer conversations, which was adopted in the most recent launch. User testing was also vigorously performed over the course of several rounds.

Readability was an identified challenge that was addressed by reducing the text overload and introducing text hierarchies. The chatbot was trained to deliver more digestible direction through better formatting & prescriptiveness. 

CLIENT

University of Toronto

DATE

2022

TOOLS

Figma
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