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Improving UX | UI of
DurotimiAI. A SaaS for

early cancer prediction.

I enhanced DurotimiAI by analyzing the user experience

with UX audits, benchmarks, and user tests leading to prototype/ redesigning the interface for better usability.


UX UI Designer

Figma / FigJam
Slack / Maze /
Microsoft Azure / Teams/ Whiteboard

Case summary

User problem

Understand the product


Predict cancer in an intuitive SaaS without increasing the workflow. As well as prevent or recover from errors while filling forms to add combinations of signs, symptoms and risk factors to predict the probability of cancer. Enhance the user experience by filling forms, flow and interactions.

I met with stakeholders to gather insights on the business process and did secondary research on the audience: experienced and novice General Practitioners. Our team examined the primary product process blueprint to identify issues and develop solutions through a new design.

Reduce mental effort and prevent error while adding combinations of signs, symptoms and risk factors to predict the probability of cancer. Enhance the user experience by filling forms, navigation and interactions.  

User Centric Redesign


General practitioners (GPs):
experienced one


General practitioners (GPs):
novice one


Panoramic of the project

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User research

Competitive analysis

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Pain points and opportunities

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Crazy eights

Information Architecture

Tree- test


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Low-fidelity prototype

High-fidelity prototype

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Usability test


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The research of Patient Record Systems and AI-powered cancer prediction SaaS to identify best practices, evaluate user experience, and improve the design.

UX audit

To assess how well the interface was adhering to the 10 usability principles, such as visibility of system status, match between system and the real world, and error prevention. To identify issues related to these principles and provide recommendations for improvement.

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User Journey maps

Creating these user journey maps helped visualize the steps and interactions a user goes through using the DurotimiAi. These tasks maps provided insights into the user's experience, identifying pain points and opportunities to guide the design process to improve the overall how the GPs experience the SaaS. 

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Design consistency and brand identity


Check the taxonomy and predictors 


Specify each prediction details


Reduce mental effort filling forms


Rearrange navigation flow

Exploratory test

We performed a usability test with three users to identify medical copywriting issues, as well as interaction issues and validate hypotheses, improving accuracy and reliability.

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Issues uncovered by the usability study

A moderated study to test the main tasks: inform an animal sighting and check the general report. The research was done with 7 users between 13 years till 60 years old with the web app Maze.

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Users were doing the wrong path. Misusage generated by confusing labels: contact and inform.



The excessive floating button on home/ map was leading to misclicks.


Some confusion related to check the report and notifications

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Lack of scales

Lack of measurement units for alcohol and tobacco scales

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Not tech

Simple interface and clear step by step with visual appeal and option to use the microphone and speaker to complete the step by step.

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The rescue team need accurate  information about the location and animal situation. Try to do a step by step simple but detailed.

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Gather data

A user dashboard that they can see the statistics of the rescues and app usage without identify the user by name.

Competitive analysis

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Minimalist interfaces  (colour, shape, size, etc) with clues about how it may function. 

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Step-by-step decreases mental effort. Each page with limited options removes complexity increasing 


The complete competitive analysis is... Read more


Information architecture for the Eu vi app
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The term “contact” was misleading the user
report flow.

Solution: change the section contact to social icons.

After defining users and analyzing related webs,
It was time to create elements, flows, interactions
and relations between pages.

Methods applied here were crazy eights, Information architecture, 

tree-test and Wireframes

"Crazy eight" and "how might we" ideation methods for mobile and desktop

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Minimalist interface with no more than 4 actions each time.

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Use semaphore colours to identify if the animal is dead, harmed or alive.​

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Option to add manually local reference as ex. near to the main square.

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Accessible text size with image support, microphone inputs available to fill answers and screen reader compatibility.


Low-fidelity prototype

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wireframe screen map app Eu ví
wireframe screen what is the animal of app Eu ví
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Validate | Usability test

High-fidelity prototype

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a mobile screen from euvi app showing a animals sight report
Home Screen from eu vi app showing a map
 a screen from eu vi app asking if the a manatee is live, harmed or dead.
 a screen from eu vi app with a confirmation pop-up
 a screen from eu vi app asking about more details
 a screen from eu vi app prototype showing option to user choose
 a final screen from eu vi app prototype giving thank you for the user
 a home  screen from eu vi app desktop prototype showing a turtle
 a screen from eu vi app desktop prototype asking details
 a screen from eu vi app desktop prototype  asking about what is the animal?
 a screen from eu vi app desktop prototype  asking how is the animal
 a screen from eu vi app desktop prototype asking how many animals are and the place
 a screen from eu vi app desktop prototype giving the thank you final message

Try out the prototype

I have improved the product to the final version based on test results and user feedback.

the home screen eu vi app that show endangered animal as a pin on the map as well as the button to notify
Screen from eu vi app that ask what is the animal it has different animals photos as well as turtle, manatee and 7 others

Next steps


Add tips on how to deal with endangered animals.


Inform about the weather on the home screen.


Gamification: given

rewards to users

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