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Aaron Yang | UI/UX Designer, User Researcher, Website Developer

Medlist Mobile APP

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  • User Interface Design
    • Wireframe
    • Low- and high-Fidelity Prototype
    • Interaction Design
    • Visual Design


Jan. 2017 – April 2017


  • Julia Green
  • Vikram Bendapudi


Medlist is a tool that helps medical caregivers track, manage their patients’ medication during the treatment.

The children with complex chronic conditions usually need to take dozens of different medications via multiple routes during the treatment. So it is quite possible to forget or make mistakes, which sometimes is dangers. A well-organized medication administration tool can help manage the medication easier and prevent medication errors. 

A Caregiver’s Missions on Medication:

  • Reading the label and following the instructions for each medication
  • Watching for side-effects, such as confusion or dizziness, and calling the doctor or home care nurse with any changes in the patient’s condition
  • Reminding the patient to take the medications at the right time and in the right dose
  • Help patients to take medication through different route, like oral, G-tube and subcutaneous.
  • Add notes, and track patients’ conditions.

The Tasks of the Interaction

  • Add medication
  • Add notes (Note, Measurement)
  • Store the medication information.
  • Remind users to take the medication.
  • Direct user to do certain tasks.
  • Display the information: how to give medicine, name of the medication…

An Example of Medication List

The staff of CCHMC provided us with a medication list for a young chronic patient. The list includes the name, taking time, frequency and other instructions of each medication. There are nine medicines on the list with three different given routes: oral, gastrostomy tube(G-tube) and subcutaneous.

Medications Categorized by the Routes of Administration


  • HYDROmorphone (DILAUDID) 
  • ferrous sulfate (FER-IRON) 


  • atorvastatin (LIPITOR) tablet
  • carvedilol (COREG) tablet
  • fenofibric acid (TRILIPIX) capsules
  • lansoprazole (PREVACID) 
  • levETIREcetam (KEPPRA) 


insulin detemir (LEVEMIR) 16 Units


The following diagram shows the main features of the concept.

ideation sketching


home page design
menu design
add records

Micro interaction and Animation

High-Fidelity Prototype

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