NHS Sepsis App

Delivering best practice UX/UI for health professionals seeking to recognise and manage the symptoms of sepsis.


NHS Sepsis App

The team behind the National Early Warning Signs (NEWS) at NES had already delivered an early prototype for the sepsis screening app when they approached Screenmedia for our assistance in the delivery of a final UX and UI more closely aligned to best practice.

Designed to support health professionals caring for patients diagnosed with sepsis, the app had to successfully guide doctors through the necessary steps and checkpoints to assess and treat the illness. Our team worked closely with NES to advise on appropriate user journeys, interaction design, and screen layouts.

We then moved onto design, look, and feel research using design moodboards to inform what best practice mobile UI could look like within the health sector. From there, our team developed a full suite of screen designs and delivered an app style guide to assist internal development teams with the integration and cascade of the UI concept through all required screens and interactions.

The resulting app was clean, contemporary, and highly user friendly. Working to a fresh and high contrast colour palette, the screens were easy to read and the navigation points easy to follow.

Final Designs

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