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Making a new project page

We broke up what makes part of a dscout project into actionable items. On the left sidebar, a quick click away to create a screener, mission, or panel. The main content populates a researchers’ diary missions in a container, followed by panels and screeners in the same fashion. The right...

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Making a home for dscout

We designed and launched a home for the dscout web app. The app lacked a home page. Researchers would log in and arrive at the last active project. First time researchers would arrive at an empty first project, which caused confusion. I was lead designer and Scrum Master on this...

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Adding collaborators to a project

Adding collaborators didn’t used to be a clear experience. There was lots of fine print on the modal, and it was hard to tell when people were succesfully added to a project. Objective Re-design the experience of adding collaborators to a project. Key result The...

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The scout's experience on Android

The dscout Diary researcher experience was redesigned with the launch of Mission parts. Research studies are now capable of being divided up into parts, missions don’t have to be analyzed separately, they’re a part of a whole. I updated the Scout experience for Android, working alongside our design director,...

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Managing research participants

In the new Diary tool, researchers can manage scouts throughout all parts of the project inside “Manage.” Objective Allow researchers to keep track of, and manage the progress of scouts in a mission. Key results Researchers quickly communicate with and see the mission progress of...

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