Design for Wellness: Creating roadmaps for behavior change.
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This is an amateur project that looks at what design professionals can do to enable support for people who are serious about improving their wellness. In this talk, we propose an interview format that elicits serious issues, and discuss various approaches to behavior change. We suggest that a sketchnote can serve as a roadmap among the issues that a person faces, and therefore as a guide to what behaviors they may need to adopt or change.
In the presentation itself, we do show sample sketchnotes, but they are primarily conversation records. It would take more than a single interview session to build a view that responsibly represents a person's context, goals, and resources, and then what that person believes they need to tackle to improve their wellness.
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Please also give credit to Amanda Lyons of Visuals for Change, visualsforchange.com, if you include the sketchnotes in your excerpt, or if you're talking about our sketchnoting work.
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