Interface design

Design sometimes works best when it is goes unnoticed. Take a piece of fiction for example, a book with a long narrative would be crudely interrupted if the typography did not offer as comfortable a read as possible. Which is not to say the layout of the book has not been well considered in terms of line space, paragraph space, font size and so on. The same too can be said of Interface design. Whether it is designing the user interface of a DVD, a piece of software, a games console or CD-ROM, we consider the usability, interactive nature and aesthetics of the project in equal measure.

Case study | Interface design for healthcare professionals

Client: AstraZeneca

A designer's job often goes beyond making things "look good". Often the way something functions is equally important.

In the case of our work for AstraZeneca, designing an interface that was straight forward to use, with a logical narrative and order, helped hundreds of healthcare professionals document mental health issues. across the UK.

Each area of the interface collected patient data (rather like a health care survey) with an automated tick box system, which gave a final report at the end.

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