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Lean UX at a Healthcare Startup by Noah Wheeler

You are really going to enjoy all of the lessons that Noah Wheeler will be sharing his talk called "Getting Fit for Health: Lean UX for a Healthcare Startup". Noah has been a member of the User Experience Dallas meetup for several years. While getting his PhD, Noah has been at a local startup employing many Lean UX practices. In this talk, you will learn from Noah's experience, which includes:

- Introduction to Simple Interact (the startup)
- Guerrilla UX in a healthcare setting
- Measuring the user experience
- Running experiments in a healthcare setting
- Experience mapping of patient engagement

Here is a little more information on Noah Wheeler. Noah is a UX researcher, designer, and programmer. He specializes in UX and product development for Simple Interact, a lean startup. Simple Interact is is a patient relationship management solution for small medical practices. He enjoys helping the stellar team at Simple Interact enhance the relationship between medical providers and their patients. Between guerrilla usability tests and sketching mockups, he is also pursuing his Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology at Texas Tech.

He enjoys eating at Torchy's Tacos, going to the movies, reading books, playing with gadgets, and other nerd-like stuff.

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  • Sunil K.

    Interesting presentation. I really would have liked to seen how the UI could have been improved for the device displayed, a small device presents different challenges than a browser, especially when displaying and collecting numerical information.

    2 · July 2, 2014

    • Noah W.

      "The Green Machine" could have probably been improved by using a touch screen keyboard which changed when the required input changed. While I was not involved in the design of the "green machine", the heart of the issue lay in the development process. We were receiving feedback from nurses but we were unable to change the interface in response to their needs.

      1 · July 3, 2014

  • Elisa M.

    Noah presented a very interesting perspective on both Lean UX and Healthcare start-ups.

    3 · July 1, 2014

  • Jayneil

    Anyone who missed the talk or wants to watch it again, below is the video recording:

    2 · June 30, 2014

  • Kamila Z.

    Very insightful!

    2 · June 27, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Noah presented a great snapshot of how his company used lean startup activities to drive product development and improvement.

    2 · June 27, 2014

  • David S.

    Just found out I can't make it. Now one more seat is open. As Cheri said, sorry for the last minute cancelation.

    1 · June 26, 2014

  • Cheri M.

    Sorry for the late cancelation: I'm downtown and won't make it on time.

    1 · June 26, 2014

  • Tom B.

    Unfortunately, had to change my RSVP to no. So if there is a wait list, this opens up one spot. This sounds like an excellent session, so I'm sorry I'll miss.

    1 · June 26, 2014

  • Jayneil

    I will be there to record the meetup.

    1 · June 23, 2014

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