The goal was to clearly communicate design ideas—not to produce a final design. Focus was on the non-graphical aspects of user interface design, such as control placement, ease-of-use, and consideration of user workflow.
To create a low-fidelity mockup of a desktop platform interface to collect the data described in the “Medical History Requirements” section below, with the following guidelines:
- Show how a user would initially enter the data. Assume that data validation is possible, and show how a user would be alerted to invalid data once entered.
- Physicians often need to add additional sections to the medical history collection or remove certain show how a user would be alerted to invalid data once entered. kinds of data collection because they aren’t relevant.
- Comparisons of new data with the family medical history can be very important. Arrangements of the information that allow an overview are more valuable, because patterns can be identified.