We designed a medical application for Sakura Clinic that works as pill alarm and also brings awareness to the importance of daily water consumption. Dr Dion shows great vision on how technology can improve interaction with his clients during treatment.
For Sakura Chan, our team immersed deep into the Japanese culture to clearly understand the users and align vision to design. One of the results for was an interactive mascot that changes it’s mood according to user engagement. Sakura Chan gives a feminine feel to the app and sends a direct message to it’s niche.
Sakura Chan has three core functions: a pill alarm, a water consumption monitor and also a safety button for Japanese women. It was a interesting challenging for our team to integrate all those functions in one place and maintain balanced user flow.
“Taihen yoku dekimashita”
The outcome of this project was a simple and playful application. We love being involved with educational and life improvement applications. It just feels so good when we launch them at the App Store.