Understanding the problem
Dr. Henderson had a limited budget and an urgent deadline to deliver an MVP (minimum viable product) application, plus she needed to collaborate with an international team on different timezones. The challenge was to keep software development costs low but still get the application market-ready as fast as possible. “A short turnaround time was really important. Every week that went by we were using paper-based business processes with clients and there was always going to be a better solution for it with technology.” Dr. Henderson engaged a team from WorkingMouse, trained in Codebots technologies to scope and develop her application. They followed the scoping process available in the Codebots Way of Working. The first thing that was established was the problem statement and from there, the team deep-dived into understanding the problem, observing it in action, ideating for solutions, and finally prototyping for validation.
Ideation & research
Multi-instance Site setup and deployment to Amazon Web Services. This gives each Allied health organisation security in their user data and the ability to deploy their own custom content.
React Native Hybrid Application IOS and Android App for End Users. The end-users interact with a native experience right on their mobile devices.
#C & React Desktop Web App for Clinicians and Administrators. This gives clinicians access to see and manage the care of the patients outside of 1 to 1 interaction.