Design for Mental Health TeleMedicine Platform

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The goal of the project was to create a mobile platform to help people get access to psychologists and improve mental health. When it comes to crafting solutions for Telemedicine and especially for people with mental health issues, it is crucial to clearly understand users’ real needs and pain points. That is why we decided to employ the User-Centered Design approach for this project. Yet we faced some challenges in the process of platform development.
In this case study, we focus on the design aspect of the project and reveal how we addressed the design challenges

Project scope

The main objectives were to create the solution design and validate the Client’s ideas from the perspectives of the business goals and users’ needs. We prioritized the features and got down to MVP development updating the product iteratively.
Our Product Design Team was deeply engaged in ideation sessions and prototyping and validation processes. They also had a great impact on the platform’s major features, business solutions, and product perception through their strong design expertise.

To learn all other details about the project, please refer to the original case study. To buy this ready-made white-label telemedicine solution, please visit this product page.

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Design Process


  • Technology consulting
  • R&D
  • Business Analyst involvement


  • Concepts designing
  • Wireframing
  • Mockups design

Launch and maintenance

  • Documentation
  • New features development
  • Support



In the Discovery phase, we applied the Jobs-To-Be-Done approach for hypothesis validation and came up with the value proposition. This phase also revealed an issue with the ideas we had generated at the first iteration, and it became clear they wouldn’t work for the project. The point was that users with mental health issues needed not to get bogged down in choosing a professional but to get a psychologist’s help as soon as possible.
So we had come up with a decision that became a major turning point for the project. We switched to another business model and added extra features to the platform that would choose specialists for users based on their needs, goals, and pain points. The following iteration of hypothesis validation showed that the product with the updated functionality would be viable, and we moved to the definition phase.


In the Definition phase, we had been working on the platform’s functionality and user flow and creating wireframes, custom scripts, and a click model. Iterating on these artifacts, we created user flows that allow them to follow design scenarios and complete tasks intuitively and with minimal effort.
The Definition phase resulted in such artifacts as a mind map, user flow with low-fidelity wireframes, and the solution prototype.


Based on the wireframes and click models, our specialists designed the intuitive interface taking into account the Client’s requirement to create UI within the framework of native mobile components. Due to the team’s strong expertise in mobile design, the transformation of the ideas into the final mockups was completed faster than we had planned. Thus in the Development phase, our Design Team created the user-friendly interface and designed the final mockups for the iOS application.


In the Delivery phase, the Product Team conducted A/B tests and research and analyzed the metrics obtained during the end-user testing. It allowed us to identify the most user-friendly scenarios, layouts, and interaction patterns for the existing product version.


Using the analysis of product metrics, we mapped out a list of features to be implemented in the next iterations to create additional value for the product. The Design Team continued to collaborate with stakeholders and gather the platform’s KPIs to improve product solutions.

Project Design Challenges

The biggest challenge we faced working on the platform was to identify working hypotheses as the validation of the first batch of hypotheses revealed that they hadn’t been viable. To resolve this issue, we contacted the stakeholders who clearly understood the users’ needs and engaged them in hypothesis validation. We also conducted a series of user interviews to figure out their pain points and behavior patterns in the context they were supposed to use our solution.

As a result, we had a viable application model at the intersection of the Client’s business goals and users’ needs.


As a result, we have delivered needed MVP features to the Client, and continue supporting the Development team on the app design features and components implementation. We delivered MVP to the Client in time and tested it on real users.

The Client provided our designers with the product metrics to track, and the Design Team continues collaboration with the Client on the product update and advanced features functionality.

At the moment, the product is being improved and fine-tuned, and our Design Team still helps to work on the advanced feature details and supports the Product Owner and Visionaire on the Client’s side.

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