Videntity Share My Health Prototype
Working with design agency Clade, we quickly developed a React prototype for client Videntity. The lean application was used for quick and effective user testing and to gain stakeholder interest. The three week sprint proved to be essential in the product roadmap and left Videntity with a reusable and scalable code base.View site
Videntity creates and maintains enterprise-grade, open-source software solutions for health care and beyond. They specialize in supporting and customizing tools like OAuth2, Open ID Connect, and HL7 FHIR.
The client needed a prototype to leverage for user testing of scenarios involving a complex member approval process. So we set out to build a prototype that felt real for the user during testing and one that demonstrated to product stakeholders the power of the eventual product. Within a quick timeline, we aimed to deliver prototype code that the client could reuse on the final product.
We leveraged Create React App to quickly spin up a React app and used session storage to store variables for things like mimicking authentication and stepping through the member approval process. Keeping our code modular, we were able to ensure that components easily translated to the eventual Django app. We utilized modular styles, and react-bootstrap so that SCSS code could be reused as-is. We were also able to ensure that the prototype met accessibility standards, making the code even more reusable.
Partnering with product design shop Clade, we built a prototype more functional and realistic than the client expected given the short two-week sprint. We delivered organized, modular, and maintainable code for use in the final application. In the end, the client was happy, and we exceeded their expectations.
CEO, Clade Design (Partner Agency)
Your team is just killer - I’m just impressed with how intelligent the team is - they would just listen in and run with it - there is no hand-holding needed.
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