The Open Health Stack (OHS) design guidelines are best practices for creating digital health applications that are human-centered, helpful and usable. The design guidelines show examples of what to do and what to avoid from a user experience lens, and how to best use the OHS components.
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For more general design guidelines check out Material.io to learn about Material 3, Google's open-source design system.
Design guidelines to improve the user experience of data entry, and improve data quality.
Offline & Sync
Design guidelines to improve the user experience of offline capable health apps so they're reliable and easy to use.