This project aims to improve the medicine compliance of deaf patients. The project is introducing an application which is an on feature onto SignSupport, a current running application that facilitates break down the communication barriers between a deaf patient and a pharmacist by Michael Motlhabi. The feature serves as a reminder to the deaf patient, but instead of reminding the patient with audio or text it does so with vibration and SASL video of the dosage, instructions, warnings and recommendations of how to take the medication. This feature was included as it was found that the patient when visiting the pharmacist gets all the instructions and the medication they are supposed to take at a certain time but at the prescribed time there is nothing to remind the patient that it is now time to take their medication and more often than not they have forgotten how they are should take the medication so the video reminder was proposed Two methods were used to gather user requirements: literature and interviews. Functionality and usability testing of the video reminder integrated on SignSupport was tested with hearing users to assess how they react to persuasive technology and as well as the perceived usefulness of this add on feature. It can be concluded from the tests conducted that all users of smart phones react positively to persuasive technology and that the video reminder is necessary for addition onto SignSupport as it makes easy for patient to remember to take their medication correctly.