Who sees blind people? The UX of being vision impaired in a seeing world

Wouldn’t it be great if there was an app for blind people to completely navigate the world with? Probably not. They are already pretty good at doing that. The real problem is that the sensory unimpaired population doesn’t see them. The consequence is social isolation and economic hardship. Let’s try to open our eyes for […]

Redesigning the clinician-experience in Polish healthcare

Over 24 000 medical staff users in 45 hospitals and 20 clinics. Countless functionalities in a 20-year-old interface, with ever-changing requirements. How to design a data and actions heavy interface, that should be nearly transparent and maximally useful? In my talk, I will walk you through the complete design process of a hospital operating system, […]

Racism and sexism in medical device and service design.

Summer Stickney

Biases and ignorance cause harm to patients. Designers need to create products and services that work on diverse populations. For far too long we have treated a minority of the world’s population as the default. Truly inclusive design is possible if we make it a priority. Woman and people of color deserve medical treatment that […]

The two-sided UX of clinical trials

ForskningNu.dk is a new platform for clinical trials recruitment. We now work on adding participant management and trial planning to the platform to ease the life of researchers and increase participant engagement. I’ll share our case story, major challenges and insights in managing clinical trials.

Modernising digital cognitive assessments by creating a design system

Cambridge Cognition is a leader in digital neuroscience, with over 15 years of experience. Our technology has been used in over 2500 clinical studies and cited in more than 100,000 papers worldwide. Our cognitive assessments span multiple areas of cognition, including working memory, social cognition and attention, and are used in both clinical and academic […]

Building an all-inclusive digital health implementation approach in low and middle-income countries

Digital health implementation in low and middle-income countries (LMICs) requires an all-inclusive user experience approach to ensure that digital health solutions are accessible and usable by all stakeholders. An all-inclusive user experience approach involves designing digital health solutions that meet the needs of diverse users, including patients, healthcare providers, and policymakers, regardless of their literacy […]