Digital medicine: product design for an early iteration of an ADHD treatment app
Akili is pioneering the development of digital treatments with direct therapeutic activity delivered via app and video game experiences. I was the design lead for the first iteration of their ADHD treatment app, ADHD Insight.
One of my first tasks on this project was establishing a creative direction or theme that would communicate the brand, help explain the product, and unify different areas of the app across platforms. The video below shows pieces of three different concepts I presented.
These are a few of the screens I put together for our visual design sprints and user testing for clinical trials (this product needed to pass some FDA tests).
And a few samples of documentation: pages from a UI kit, style guide, and mobile app schematic.
This was a fun and interesting experience, and I really enjoyed the time I spent bouncing back and forth between art direction, UI design, and healthcare research while working the Akili team to make this happen. I'm very proud that I played a small part in bringing this helpful product to life. It's been a few years since my work on it, but much of the same UX and visual language is present in the public release of the app.