The Digital Health Success Framework (DHSF) is an interactive collection of articles and resources to help early-stage healthcare startups and enterprise innovation teams navigate the requirements and demands of healthcare apps and services.
The DHSF was conceived by Datica's VP of Marketing, Kris Gösser. We are continually adding new dimensions (to the existing five categories), articles, crosslinks, and weaving in other online initiatives to give readers a sense of time and scale in their journey.
I created the design, online experience, did the data modeling, video and motion graphics, as well as created PDF ebook and presentation versions.
I wrote about some of the data-modeling challenges for Contentful's blog.
The content of the DHSF would span both time, category, and space. This could confuse users or enable them to lose their "situational awareness" of where they were. One way to maintain the users sense of place is to use intelligent animations and transitions.
Before committing these interaction concepts to code, I used Keynote prototype some of the transitions. Here's a video of some of the early concepts: