SLIC interface updated

The SLIC application on subaxial cervical spine injury has an updated interface now. Here is a screenshot (click for full size version):

Updated SLIC interface

User testing revelead a minor issue that caused some confusion. The abbreviation “DSS”, used for Decision Supporting System, also stands for Dutch Spine Society. And it made me realize that “DSS” is not really self-explanatory… so the buttons at the bottom of the screen have been updated.

Another request was to make the description of the decision tree (which displays it full title under the selection component) clickable. This also has been changed (from UITextView to UIButton with customized skin): now the user can go into Questions-mode immediately by clicking the text.

As Steve Krug writes in his book, the issue of usability comes down to that one point: “Don’t make me think!

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