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Vincere Health

Summary

Vincere Health is a website and mobile app that assists users on their journey to quitting smoking. The app offers financial incentives, real-time biofeedback, and a personal health coach for each user.

The company hired me and two other designers when they noticed a decrease in retention during their onboarding process. My job was to redesign their onboarding to keep users engaged and excited about starting the program.

Tasks and Tools

Figma

User Personas

User Journeys

Iterative Design

Wire-frames

affinity mapping

Visual Design

Miro

Otter

Design Studio

User Interviews

Accessibility

My roles

  • Project manager

  • UX Writer

  • Lead in synthesizing research, user personas, and journey maps

All the graphics in this case study were created by me.

Style guidelines

This was the color palette I was given by Vincere. 

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The quick brown fox jumps over
the lazy dog

Title: Roboto, Regular, 35pt

The quick brown fox jumps over
the lazy dog

SubTitle: Roboto, Regular, 20pt

The quick brown fox jumps over
the lazy dog

Text: Roboto, Regular, 14pt

Vincere's current onboarding

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During our stakeholder interviews, the CEO mentioned wanting to change this “brain looking thing” they had as a background.

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Users filled out a questionnaire through website and then were directed to the app.

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Vincere used the word “smokalyzer device” to talk about their biofeedback device.

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Vincere was very clear that we could not guarantee to users that they would quit at the end of the program.

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Because the platform onboarded users through a survey on the website, they were able to kept their questions sections short.

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What did competitors offer?

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I did a competitive analysis on 5 different smoking cessation apps' onboarding processes. Most of these apps began their onboarding process with a few intro screens.

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