Role: Designer (solo)
My Roles: UI/UX Design Lead • Design Director • UI Co-Designer
Other Credits: Screen designs co-designed by Carla Capriles. Illustrations by Akriti Agarwal. 3D mockups by Manjinder Singh.
Celltrion SafeKey is the official companion app for the Celltrion Diatrust™ COVID-19 Ag Home Test.
This app guides users through the test process and helps them report the results according to federal, state, and local regulation.
In the new update, the app is usable for both the Home Test (14+ years) and the Home Test for Kids (2-13+ years). After test type selection, the user is taken to the relevant flow.
Each test device comes with its own unique QR code and serial number. The user is able to proceed with the test sequence once the test device is verified. The app will prevent the user from taking the test if the test device is expired, or has already been used.
The user is shown illustrations for the components needed for testing. With the new update, users will be able to store profiles and reduce time inputting their personal information.
Due to the high accuracy rate, the DiaTrust home test is unique in that it allows users to take only a single test (as opposed to the recommended two) when the user shows symptoms of COVID-19. The app indicates this and suggests the recommended number of tests based on the users inputted symptoms.
Utilizing animations, the app breaks down each step into easy-to-follow directions for the test. The screens below are specific to the pediatric usage flow, where the adults perform the test on children.
Unique to other COVID-19 mobile apps, SafeKey explains how the test works in order to provide the user clarity and transparency. This is shown in a slideshow along with other crucial information during the 15-minute timer screen. Through this, the user is able to swiftly understand the test without being disrupted during the testing process itself.
Many users in usability studies express confusion around reading the line results on the test device. This app shows all possible results from the start in which the user could choose from. There are many cases in which the 'T line' is faint, which makes users question if it is a valid line or not. As a frequent concern, the app shows a clickable help icon stating 'The line is really faint, what should I do?'. Upon clicking the user is guided on how to clearly confirm their line result. After their selection, the user is also given a confirmation popup to check if the selected result is correct. They are also once more guided about reading faint lines to prevent as much false results as possible.
The user gets their result with a full explanation of what their result means as well as official CDC guidelines on how to proceed.
These results are then stored on both the web and native app, accessible via 'Past Results' on the home page.
Roles: Internal Creative Lead • Supervisor • Storyboarder • Script Writer.
Other Credits: 3D rendering, animating, and editing by Agency Null Object. Null Object creative lead: Hansol Jang.
There were two videos that we've released for the product.
After storyboarding, I wrote the script that verncularly described details, precautions, and the procedure of the product. Most importantly, I aimed to to deliver our branding tone of trustworthiness and encouraging the self to take control of one's own health. Once I casted the voice-over performer, I worked with them to ensure these points were delivered effectively and as intended.
A clean and simple one-pager for distributors indicating that there are two boxes for the same product.
It emphasizes that the components are the same and visually shows the only difference between the two boxes.
Roles: Website Wireframing • Product Supervisor
Other: Website design and copywriting by Null Object.