Core to building great applications with Sahha is UX and UI design that puts the end-user central to the experience of technologyies that integrate with Sahha.
How a designer should think about UI when it comes to the data Sahha provides.
Key strategies to consider when designing a well-being product for policyholders.
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Core Design Principles
Here are five design principles that developers and product designers should understand about Sahha before developing applications or integrations:
Sahha's integration should prioritize the user's well-being and mental health needs. Design interfaces and interactions that are intuitive, empathetic, and tailored to individual users.
Data Privacy and Security:
Uphold strict data privacy and security measures to protect users' sensitive well-being data. Ensure compliance with relevant data protection regulations, and communicate transparently with users about data usage.
Personalization and Customization:
Leverage Sahha's data to create highly personalized experiences. Allow users to customize their well-being goals, preferences, and the frequency of insights and recommendations they receive.
Ensure that Sahha's integration feels seamless and harmonious within the overall user experience. It should not disrupt the flow of the application or service, but rather enhance it.
Continuous Improvement and Feedback Loops:
Plan for regular updates and improvements based on user feedback and emerging well-being trends. Create mechanisms for users to provide input and suggestions, and actively iterate on the integration to maximize its value over time.
These design principles emphasize the importance of user-centric design, data security, personalization, seamless integration, and ongoing improvement when incorporating Sahha's technology into applications and services.