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Designing Multi-Step Forms for Better Conversion Rates

Designing Multi-Step Forms for Better Conversion Rates

Designing Multi-Step Forms for Better Conversion Rates January 2021: Article by Antonio Scaduto-Mendola, UI/UX Designer Multi-step forms in action for COVID-19 symptom reporting Breaking down forms or intake processes into simplified steps increases chances of better conversion results. Read our case study about the benefits of multi-step forms, and how the MCoE design team applied this approach for an online COVID-19 voluntary symptom reporting program. Read the Multi-Step Forms Case Study now. Watch the January

The MCoE Download :: December 2019 Mobile App News

The MCoE Download :: December 2019 Mobile App News

Business and IT partners, email MCoE-Comms@kp.org to subscribe. The MCoE Download 31 December 2019 – Issue No. 6 of 6 Please share this newsletter to inform your team about mobility updates. In this edition, you’ll gain insight on our best-in-class mobile design solutions and prototypes, view the latest mobility updates and gain access to our growing repository of developer-focused training resources in the all-new tech newsletter. Case Study: Cardiac Rehab Watch Design MCoE Design team

Looking for Mobile Accessibility Advice? The MCoE Can Help!

Looking for Mobile Accessibility Advice? The MCoE Can Help!

Looking for Mobile Accessibility Advice? The MCoE Can Help! Everyone at KP is responsible for ensuring our mobile apps are accessible and inclusive. Using the new WCAG 2.1 (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) published in June 2018, we’ve applied a mobile perspective to these standards and created mobility-focused resources for our partners. Accessibility Resources To check the contrast of your colors, use an online tool like an ADA Contrast Checker. For more information please review the

Communications Design Workshop, Hosted by TEDD

Communications Design Workshop, Hosted by TEDD

National Product Council Communications Design Workshop, Facilitated by TEDD A Design Thinking Session supported by the MCoE, sponsored by the National Product Council and Buy to Pay Teams Transforming the Way We Work At the end of February, the DCSS’s TEDD, OneLink, and MCoE Teams partnered with the National Product Council (NPC) and Buy to Pay Teams to host a communications design workshop at the Garfield Innovation Center in San Leandro, CA (NCAL). The day-long

Mobile Design Prototype: CasePick App

Mobile Design Prototype: CasePick App

Mobile Design Prototype: CasePick App The DPT-MCoE Design Team, in collaboration with the DCSS-OneLink Development team, has been working towards a mobile solution for Members and Providers in surgery settings. The CasePick mobile app is built for the Supply Chain Technician (SCT). SCTs are caregivers that organize, supply, and track the equipment used in the operating rooms. Their workflow directly affects the services provided to our members, as well as the comfort-level of our doctors,