Our design approach delivers better results.
Anchored by our unique and patent-protected interface Motif, human-centered design is embedded into our entire solution, meeting the needs of all study stakeholders.
We start with the patient and build our technology from there.
What is human-centered design and why does it matter?
Simply put, human-centered design is a problem solving technique that puts real people at the center of software development.
The goal is to keep user preferences and pain-points front of mind during every phase of the design process. This process yields more intuitive and accessible solutions.
Designed with patients our platform drives high levels of engagement and data capture
Configurable technology powering all phases of research in any therapeutic area
Robust and compliant cloud technology speeds your timelines and reduces costs
Learn how uMotif collaborated with IDEO – the global design firm widely recognized for its work – from designing the first manufacturable mouse, to advancing the practice of human centered design – to develop and hone our patient-first software design approach.
Betsy Fields Smith
Executive Design Director, IDEO
“Understanding what’s broken in the patient experience is the first step in designing a human-centered solution.”
Designing data capture & engagement technology with patients
Our design approach considers all the human and data touch points in the context of the study. We co-create with patients to create a consumer grade technology.
Honing solutions through collaborative journey mapping
We make a vast impact on clinical trials and real-world studies through our deep understanding of all stakeholders and ensuring all users have a great experience.
Driving better results for study sponsors
Our design methodology ensures we are thinking about the wider perspective of all participants within the study. For sponsors this means; higher compliance, quality data, faster studies.
Chief Design Officer & Co-Founder, uMotif
“We work in a highly regulated industry, but it is important not to forget the human behind the technology. This ensures we evolve our technology, creating an impactful software that initiates a change in the clinical trials space.”