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New dscout home and project page

We launched a home for the dscout web app because it lacked a clear home page. Researchers upon logging in, would arrive at the last active project. First time researchers would arrive at an empty first project, which could potentially be a confusing onboarding experience. I was lead designer and...

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Adding collaborators in a dscout project

With the new designs of the project page and the dscout home, I tackled the feature of adding collaborators to a project. In the old version, adding collaborators wasn’t a clear experience. There was lots of fine print on the modal, and ultimately, it was hard to tell when...

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New dscout for Android

The dscout Diary researcher experience was redesigned with the introduction of Mission parts. Now Missions are capable of being divided up into parts, so researchers don’t have to create multiple Missions and analyze data across these separate missions. I updated the Scout experience design for the Android application, working...

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Managing study participants in dscout diary

With the Diary 2.0 experience, researchers can manage scouts through all of the mission parts in Manage. Objective Allow researchers to keep track of and manage the progress of scouts in a mission Keeping track of research participants We released the new Diary which introduced mission...

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Setting up a diary study with dscout

Our goal for bringing mission parts to reality for our customers cooked for a year. We delivered the enhanced dscout Diary experience in late 2017. The new Diary introduced mission parts. Researchers running diary studies no longer have to divide their study into multiple missions where the data becomes siloed...

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