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© 2019 by Krista Feierabend

Connexient is the only Indoor Mapping and Digital Wayfinding vendor that is 100% focused on the healthcare market. MediNav is a enterprise solution that addresses unique healthcare centric features and uses cases for patient experience and engagement, as well as operational and clinical use cases. 

Connexient has rapidly established itself as the leader in the Healthcare sector, with a rapidly growing client list of major healthcare network clients.

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  • Overlook Medical Center​

  • Morristown Medical Center

  • St. Joseph's Hospital​

  • Carle Foundation Hospital

  • Elmhurst​ Hospital

  • Froedtert Hospital

  • Hackensack UMC

  • The Jewish Hospital​

  • Mackenzie Health

  • Memorial Hermann Hospital

  • Mission Hospital

  • Mount Sinai Hospital

  • New York Presbyterian

  • National Institute of Health

  • RWJ University Hospital

  • Stanford Health

  • Stamford Health

  • The Global Center for Health & Innovation

  • UAB Medicine

  • Westchester Medical Center

  • Yale New Haven Health

MY ROLE

Lead UX/UI & Visual Designer

  • Lead Designer responsible for the User Experience/User Interface and Visual Design of Android, iOS, Mobile Web, Web and Kiosk platforms.
     

  • Collaborating on user experience planning with product management.
     

  • Collaborating on design components with lead iOS,         Android, and HTML developers.
     

  • Manage design process including planning, prototyping, and specification.

  • Manage design process for white label client implementations.
     

  • Oversee and manage the design team.
     

  • Maintain knowledge-base on current industry trends
    and technologies.

     

  • Performing other duties as assigned (ie, Graphic Design for internal company branding/marketing, PowerPoint & Word template creation for company documents and presentations, Infographics, Art Director for Connexient website redesign.)

iOS & Android Native App

The MediNav iOS & Android Native app is the complete "Blue Dot" navigation experience.  Users get all of the features they have come to expect and depend in the outdoor world all in doors. Some of the features are:

  • Route preview and step-by-step directions

  • Reliable, dynamic indoor positioning accurate to 1 - 2 meters

  • "Fly through" camera view driven by user location

  • Directional blue dot and snap to route

  • Voice guidance and audio prompts

  • Off route notification and recalculation

In addition to the navigation experience, customers get a full white label app tailored to their branding and company guidelines. In addition, there is a full hospital directory of department listings, physician listings, search points of interest and saving your parking location and routing to the nearest entrance to make a seamless outdoor to indoor navigation experience.

HTML 5 Web

The MediNav HTML 5 Web product allows users to access navigation information from virtually anywhere. A user's wayfinding journey starts long before they get to the hospital. Connexient's deep integration as a Google Maps for Work Partner enables a true end-to-end, outdoor + indoor maps and navigation expereince.

HTML 5 Kiosk

The MediNav HTML 5 touch screen kiosk allows users inside
of the hospital to find their way to various points of interest, departments and doctor appointments. It allows users to
browse the directory or get directions to a specific location.

The kiosk also allows users to send the directions to their
phone for a seamless wayfinding experience. Available in both Landscape and Portrait as well as ADA compliant.

HTML Mobile Web*

MediNav Mobile web, mobile optimized platform offers a limited navigation experience, similar to the Goolge Maps mobile web. Users are able to create a route and search directories however the full "blue dot" turn-by-turn experience is only available the native iOS and Android Application. However, for a quick glance of hospital maps on the go, this is a simple solution without having to download an app.

* Mobile Web was replaced with the new Web 2.0 Responsive design.