SeeSection is a groundbreaking, educational app designed to help expectant mothers. Women who deliver their children via C-Section are often able to schedule the procedure well in advance, but still don't know enough about the procedure to feel comfortable.

SeeSection educates future parents through simple, jargon-free language and a gentle self-check process to make sure the content is fully understood.

Presentation video that I drew and animated

SeeSection Home Screen
Initial user view - Second two modules are still locked.
Initial user view - Second two modules are still locked.
"Learn More" is unlocked after reading through "Overview"
"Learn More" is unlocked after reading through "Overview"
"After Your Surgery" is unlocked after completing "Learn More" and "Check your Knowledge"
"After Your Surgery" is unlocked after completing "Learn More" and "Check your Knowledge"
Once surgery is imminent, the home screen will change. The user can scroll down to view the original modules.
Once surgery is imminent, the home screen will change. The user can scroll down to view the original modules.
Educational Phase - "Overview"
Educational Phase - "Learn More"
Self-Check Phase
Original Presentation
One third of pregnancies in the US every year are delivered via C-Section, usually because of a complication during pregnancy. This can be incredibly distressing to learn since many moms have already created a detailed birth plan. Furthermore, the stress of imminent childbirth means these women don’t have the time to spend hours learning about surgery. In order to calm their worries, I created “SeeSection.” This mobile app is centered around educating moms-to-be in the simplest way possible.
There are 3 distinct sections within SeeSection. First is an “Overview,” so the mom can get a bird’s-eye view of what to expect. After that, she can dive in to multiple “Learn More” subsections. Finally, she will be guided through the preparation and recovery process in the app.  
I believe that when a woman is educated about her C-Section procedure, she will be able to focus more on her new baby and less on her fear!
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