Interactive Care Reviewer is an Elevance Health legacy application that has been in use for over a decade. Consequently, the user interface design style was significantly out of date. My design team was enlisted to update the application with a new, more modern design theme. The requirements for this project were very simple. We would provide two sample screens that featured the aforementioned new design theme.
My Role
I was tasked with implementing modern user interface design patterns into current iterations that retained a familiar and easily learnable visual presentation. Throughout the design process, I regularly collaborated with our Senior Design Manager to ensure business requirements were kept in scope, as well as overall redesign goals were either met or exceeded according to the Product Owner's specifications.
The Problem
An updated user interface design was needed for a long-tenured application called Interactive Care Reviewer. The redesign would be challenging - mainly due to the amount of data points needed to accomplish user goals. The organization of said data was in serious need of visual analyzation and reallocation.
The Solution
Some high-fidelity mockups that utilized a minimalist design approach were proposed, and to achieve this - two separate design systems were incorporated into a hybrid theme built upon a rich negative space environment in order to keep the visual focus on only the most important and necessary data from screen to screen. 
I was particularly proud of what we delivered for this project. It is amazing what leveraging negative space can do for clarity and readability. I learned a lot from the Senior Designer on this project. She gave me lots of room to iterate, but also kept just the right parameters in place to ensure we provided a cohesive visual theme.
This project provided perspective on design systems and their associated protocols. Because we combined the Pro UI and Motif systems together, there was a delicate balance we had to adhere to so that we remained in compliance with the do's and don't's of each system. So essentially, we created a hybrid design system of our own.
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