By Geertjan on May 21, 2013
Many more screenshots can be found here: http://www.vobium.com/health/screenshots
The first time I saw the screenshots, such as the one above, I didn't believe this was written in Java and based on the NetBeans Platform! However, Bhavin Khambhadia from Vobium tells me:
The majority of our end users are Windows based and hence Vobium Health Manager should look like a Windows application. To achieve this, we extended SynthLookAndFeel. We hired an in-house UI designer who created the application wireframe, icons/images, and color combinations for our application. We leveraged rich-client effects for Java Swing applications, as described in "Filthy Rich Clients" by Chet Haase and Romain Guy, together with inputs available from other sources, such as blogs, white papers, in-house POTs, and Google searches.
Here's a screenshot of the application open in NetBeans IDE, showing its modular structure on the NetBeans Platform:
Finally, some nice movies to watch on YouTube: