Healthy Design?
Maurice Mulvenna
C-TRIC Health Hack Event
5 July 2013
Andrew	
  Monk,	
  Kate	
  Hone,	
  Lorna	
  Lines,	
  Alan	
  
Dowdall,	
  Gordon	
  Baxter,	
  Mark	
  Blythe,	
  Peter	...
Säde	
  Lind,	
  Minna	
  Kamppuri,	
  Markku	
  
Tukiainen,	
  (2012)	
  Designing	
  for	
  Elderly	
  People	
  
with	
...
The Wearable Lullaby
Elizabeth	
  H.	
  Ehleringer,	
  Si	
  Jung	
  Kim	
  (2013)	
  The	
  
Wearable	
  Lullaby:	
  Impr...
Magnus	
  Nilsson,	
  Sara	
  Johansson	
  and	
  Maria	
  
Håkansson	
  (2003)	
  Nostalgia:	
  An	
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Tangib...
Sunny	
  Consolvo	
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  Predrag	
  Klasnja	
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McDonald	
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  Daniel	
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  Jon	
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Zensensor
www.zensensor.com	
  
Wallace,	
  Jayne,	
  Dan	
  Jackson,	
  Cas	
  Ladha,	
  
Patrick	
  Olivier,	
  Andrew	
  Monk,	
  Mark	
  Blythe,	
  
a...
hnp://www.aidcall.co.uk/	
  
Healthy Design
•  Significant effort
–  E.g., EU AAL/FP5-7
•  Policy
•  Stakeholders
•  x-disciplinary
•  Complexity
•  Tr...
So what could a successful pathway
look like?
•  coders and carers
•  ideation events
•  mix the blend
•  harmonise toward...
Health Design - Designing Products and Services to Support Health and Wellbeing
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  1. 1. Healthy Design? Maurice Mulvenna C-TRIC Health Hack Event 5 July 2013
  2. 2. Andrew  Monk,  Kate  Hone,  Lorna  Lines,  Alan   Dowdall,  Gordon  Baxter,  Mark  Blythe,  Peter   Wright  (2005)  Towards  a  pracEcal  framework   for  managing  the  risks  of  selecEng  technology   to  support  independent  living,  Applied   Ergonomics  37  (2006)  599–606.  
  3. 3. Säde  Lind,  Minna  Kamppuri,  Markku   Tukiainen,  (2012)  Designing  for  Elderly  People   with  DemenEa:  A  Case  of  InteracEve   MulEmedia  System  for  Reminiscence,  CHI’12,   May  5–10,  2012,  AusEn,  Texas,  USA.  ACM   978-­‐1-­‐4503-­‐1016-­‐1/12/05.  
  4. 4. The Wearable Lullaby Elizabeth  H.  Ehleringer,  Si  Jung  Kim  (2013)  The   Wearable  Lullaby:  Improving  Sleep  Quality  of   Caregivers  of  DemenEa  PaEents,  CHI  2013   Extended  Abstracts,  April  27–May  2,  2013,   Paris,  France.  ACM  978-­‐1-­‐4503-­‐1952-­‐2/13/04.  
  5. 5. Magnus  Nilsson,  Sara  Johansson  and  Maria   Håkansson  (2003)  Nostalgia:  An  EvocaEve   Tangible  Interface  for  Elderly  Users,  CHI-­‐2003.    
  6. 6. Sunny  Consolvo  ,  Predrag  Klasnja  ,  David  W.   McDonald  ,  Daniel  Avrahami  ,  Jon  Froehlich  ,   Louis  LeGrand  ,  Ryan  Libby  ,  Keith  Mosher  ,   James  A.  Landay,  Flowers  or  a  robot  army?:   encouraging  awareness  &  acEvity  with   personal,  mobile  displays,  Proceedings  of  the   10th  internaEonal  conference  on  Ubiquitous   compuEng,  September  21-­‐24,  2008,  Seoul,   Korea    [doi>10.1145/1409635.1409644]  
  7. 7. Zensensor www.zensensor.com  
  8. 8. Wallace,  Jayne,  Dan  Jackson,  Cas  Ladha,   Patrick  Olivier,  Andrew  Monk,  Mark  Blythe,   and  Peter  Wright.  "Digital  jewellery  and  family   relaEonships."  In  Workshop  on  the  family  and   communicaEon  technologies,  Northumbria   University.  2007.   porcelain, paper, felt, light sensors, motors, motes, accelerometers and batteries hnp://www.digitaljewellery.com/jaynewallace/journeys.html  
  9. 9. hnp://www.aidcall.co.uk/  
  10. 10. Healthy Design •  Significant effort –  E.g., EU AAL/FP5-7 •  Policy •  Stakeholders •  x-disciplinary •  Complexity •  Translational difficulties •  Acceptance •  Usability •  Fresh thinking
  11. 11. So what could a successful pathway look like? •  coders and carers •  ideation events •  mix the blend •  harmonise towards user stories •  hack user interfaces •  build stakeholder community
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