All of Us Research Hub
developed for NIHView project
The All of Us Research Program, part of the National Institutes of Health, is building one of the largest biomedical data resources of its kind. The Research Hub will store health data from one million or more diverse participants in the All of Us Research Program.
The Program was entering its next phase and the Research Hub website required a UI and UX update in order to support the new goals.
I was tasked with creating a new design for the site home page. The assets provided were wireframes with updated UX, copy and the following design directions:
- Create a more modular and literal design
- Follow brand style guide, using brand colors, typeface, iconography and buttons
- Use photography instead of illustrations
I came up with three design approaches for the home page, with subtly different concepts and the client decided to move forward with the first design concept. We fine-tuned the design incorporating minor changes requested by the client, as well as updates to UX and copywriting.
At this point in the project I got pulled into other design assignments while the Digital Art Director took over the design of the home page. So the final version of the home page is credited to him, John Hultman.
I was also responsible for applying the new design to top level pages of the site and designing the main navigation for desktop and mobile.
- Client - NIH
- Date Completed - February 2019