August Meet-up
Designing (UX) in Healthcare

With Tim Daines & Adrian Bussone

6:30pm – 8:30pm
31st August 2017
IdeaLondon, 69 Wilson St, EC2A 2BB

Adrian Bussone
Supporting Chronic Disease
Tim Daines
Designing Connected Medical Devices for Diabetes

Schedule

6:45 – Registration
7:00 – Tim Daines – UX and Service Designer – Cambridge Consultants
7:30 – Adrian Bussone – UX Consultant – City Interaction Lab
8:00 – Q&A
8:30 – Networking & beers

Tim Daines – Designing Connected Medical Devices for Diabetes

Tim is an IoT UX and service design consultant, inventing IoT products and services for start-up and bluechip companies in Digital Health. Tim has worked across a number of global companies and successfully launched several products and services for healthcare organisations, GDS and Digital Learning publishers. Tim is also actively involved in the UX community, and sits on the UXPA UK board as secretary.
With increased access to high-speed internet and the Internet of Things (IoT), wearables and mobile apps are becoming a vital element of our everyday lives. As we design user experiences for connected healthcare solutions, new challenges with technology, organisations, humans and data movement can make it difficult to create an experience patients can trust.

Tim’s talk will explore a case study on designing connected medical devices for Diabetes, where the creation of data journeys have been a necessary tool to highlight where IoT pitfalls can begin to occur, prior to designing and developing the information architecture for a digitally connected medical device.

Adrian Bussone – Case Study of own Research based on HIV self-management.

Adrian is a research consultant, information designer, and a PhD Researcher at City, University of London. With a history of developing and evaluating medical products in industry, she is now researching and designing digital tools to support the self-management of chronic diseases like HIV. Her goal is to identify solutions that help improve lives, drawing inspiration from the users themselves.

Existing tools for the self-management of health are often designed from a clinical perspective. This means that whilst medically appropriate, these tools do not consider the context of use or how they can better support and improve quality of life.

Adrian’s talk will focus on understanding the importance of user needs in healthcare to develop better tools that satisfy the requirements of both stakeholders. In order to illustrate this, she will present a case study of own research study based on HIV self-management.

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