The Braster self-tester gives women the ability to conveniently monitor changes in their breast and make better decisions about their personal health. From the brief to the prototypes, the goal was to ensure an ease of use and an unobtrusive experience to users.
Industrial design

From the briefing to the first prototypes, I worked, together with the design team towards an easy to use and unobtrusive experience of the device.
To create a device that is acceptable to place on a breast was particularly challenging. The solutions came thanks to rough mockups and several user tests in situation.
User interface (APP)

Together with the device, the APP is the interface of the service. The goal was to enhance the experience of the device, so the women can feel more comfortable with the the whole procedure.
User Experience

All along the project, we used a User Experience map to display all the interactions between, the device, the user and the APP. 
This is a sneak peak of this map :
Learnings
- The basics of the UX research process.
- Research through qualitative and quantitative studies
- The conceptualization of an App, with some Do's and Don'ts
- Creation of a brand and its communication
- Device-App system design
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Design direction    Arno Wolters      
Lead Designer    Arif Veendijk   
        UX Designer    Frantz Brougere
Product designers:
Mathieu Nauleau (Medior) & Gernot Kuenzel (Lead)

Interface development : Braster
Development & Engineering : Pezy Group

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