Product, UX, & Visual Design

Patient Website Redesign

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Hologic, Inc.’s Surgical division asked for help in a website redesign and rebrand for their flagship product called Novasure, an endometrial ablation medical device, so they could expand brand recognition, capture market share, and increase revenue growth. 

Old Design

Old Design


  1. To provide a warm and welcoming online experience for women suffering from abnormal uterine bleeding where they can gain an understanding of their condition and existing treatment options, as well as find information on where to go for help. 

  2. To move the site from the current Drupal platform to a secure WordPress platform to be consistent with other product sites across the organization, all while preserving existing URLs. 


  • Encourage engagement, participation, action, and return in a comfortable, informative environment.

  • Determine points along the journey where it is permissive to ask for user information.

  • Generate a community where consumers are able to learn about conditions and treatment.

  • Transform all the good and go-forward parts of the current website into a new platform that will allow for global translation. 

Patient Website Redesign

Functional Needs

To allow the Integrated Marketing team to:

  • Edit website content via a backend admin panel

  • Have different levels of access to the backend admin panel

  • Host video testimonial and product demonstrations

  • Host a “Find-A-Physician” functionality

  • Preserve all URLs from the current site

  • Synchronize the site with the current CRM platform

  • Post resources available for download

  • Create and host a self-assessment tool that would preserve results for emailing or printing

  • Build and host an interactive assessment quiz


My role in this engagement was to provide visual designUX strategy, and design for the rebrand and redesign. The other members of my team included a Project Manager, Copywriter, a Legal Review Team, as well as an external Digital Agency Vendor. 

Time: June 2019 to August 2019


  • Interviews

  • Information Architecture

  • Wireframes

  • Prototypes

  • Branding

  • Illustration

  • Design and Style Guide

  • Photoshoot Direction

  • UI Design

  • Front End Development

  • Testing

  • Reporting Metrics

Full Service Design Process
Information Architecture
Patient Website Redesign
The NovaSure Procedure

The NovaSure Procedure

Illustrations & Icons

Unique & Customized

For this project, custom icons were used and medical illustrations were turn into animations and micro-interactions for the site.

Patient Website Redesign


To accompany the rebrand and site redesign, we felt it was imperative to have an authentic and ownable product and lifestyle photography suite to use in marketing communications.

To establish that consistent tone, look, and feel, I directed of product photography photoshoots, in product marketing efforts.

User Interface Design
Sketch Prototype

Sketch Prototype

Final User Interface Design
Interactive Doctor Discussion Guide

Interactive Doctor Discussion Guide

Development & Deployment
Patient Website Redesign

WordPress & Content Integration

One of the primary needs of the redesign was to have the ability to add and update content on the fly, therefore we created a custom WordPress theme so that the Integrated Marketing team could self-manage the site.

I worked hand-in-hand with the developers to ensure the requirements from the FRD were met. Once the site framework was complete, I entered all of the content and added assets (copy, imagery, videos, downloads, etc.) into the WordPress backend.

The site was then tested, and launched!

What I Learned

I truly enjoyed working on this project as I knew the efforts were aimed at helping to educate women on ways to overcome abnormal uterine bleeding and return to a normal life.

As part of an in-house Integrated Marketing Team, we were able to quickly execute the redesign as we were already keenly in tune with our user personas. This afforded us incredible time savings in the discovery phase of the project as we were able to reuse previous research.

In the future, I would advocate for more time for the development phase as delays from other product areas found their way into this portion of the project. Had we more time for development, we may have been able to work in more efficiencies into the back end.

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Patient Website Redesign

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