What was the scope of their involvement?
They helped produce interactive prototypes, documentation, and videos. The team also provided work around a community-based mobile application that provides users with a way to store their medical records. They did the research, digital strategy, the business strategy, mobile app development, and the UX/UI architecture. The platform utilized crowdsourcing to find providers and determine costs for different kinds of medical providers. However, the solution never materialized because its leadership decided to go in a different direction.
What is the team composition?
We worked with Mark (Senior UX/UI Designer, Neuron), Ryan (Senior UX/UI Designer, Neuron), Chris (Senior UX Designer and Strategist, Neuron), Matt (Senior UX Designer and Lead Visual Designer, Neuron), and Michelle (UX Designer, Neuron).
How did you come to work with Neuron?
This project was instituted by one of the funders that I was working with. When the opportunity arose to develop this platform, we were already in the process of working with Neuron and had them take the lead on the project.
Neuron was founded by my long-time co-consulting partner. He had been a professor teaching interaction design and UX architecture. He handpicked a number of his very best students to start Neuron. They operated in the same way that I had done consulting projects with him in the past.
How much have you invested with them?
We spent $250,000.
What is the status of this engagement?
We started working together from February–September 2017.