Interactive Design Workshop

A Design Workshop was held September 12-13, 2011, in San Francisco. Representative teams from each of the 11 participating states were in attendance, along with CMS staff from the Center for Medicaid, CHIP and Survey and Certification and the Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight. State representatives from Kansas, Vermont and Rhode Island also participated.

The following draft Enroll UX 2014 project design elements were reviewed:

The system overview serves as a high-level illustration of the proposed flow and functionality of the enrollment experience. Essential functions are shown relative to one another to illustrate what lies within the scope and flow of the system.

Wireframes show placement of all information and functionality on a page, and are used to ensure that required data elements are included, that everything fits, and that the organization and flow work. Wireframes do not have a visual design; the focus is on the placement of elements on pages.

The preliminary visual design defines the look and feel, including explorations in color, typography, spacing, texture, gradients and usability guidance through visual focus.

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