Hyre.

Building the NHS a flexible & sustainable workforce

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Hyre is an end-to-end workforce planning and service transformation platform built for primary and social care. It uses smart technology to build and manage a shared, multidisciplinary workforce that delivers integrated services and clinics across locations and organisations.

Workforce management and service transformation platform.

Hyre is an end-to-end workforce planning and service transformation platform built for primary and social care. It uses smart technology to build and manage a shared, multidisciplinary workforce that delivers integrated services and clinics across locations and organisations.

Brand guidelines

For the brand guidelines, we used bold and contemporary colours to support the brands’ message, with the palette keeping everything cohesive across all applications.

Logotype

As part of the guidelines, we created a guide to maintain the integrity of the logo elements. This ensures that the logo is always used correctly, with correct spacing and size, in any future design/advertising use.

Iconography

Icons in the corporate identity are filled. The main part of the icon is painted with the primary gradient, and additional elements are in mint. Elements are separated from each other with rounded borders.

Mascot Design

We created illustrative mascot designs for different user outcomes add visual interest and action cues.

Website

For the website design, we kept it minimal focusing on the most key elements: heading, main CTA's and supporting imagery. The heading directly addresses healthcare workers pain points, with app screenshots supporting the message. The main CTA's take users to the application.

The remaining sections describe the application and how its features work.

Wireframing

Desktop Application

UI Elements

Mobile Application

The mobile application design includes 63 pages. The challenge here was condensing the extensive information available for users in a mobile screen without compromising the usability.

UI Elements

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