Pillbox: Brought to you be the letter C

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This presentation was given at a Health 2.0 meetup in August 2009 (link below). The narrative focuses on how effective communication and collaboration with stakeholders throughout project development requires a relinquishing of control, but creates value within the community. The unconference movement is highlighted as a location for this type of dialogue and cooperative effort.

http://www.meetup.com/Maryland-New-Media-Technology-Web-2-0-Social-Web-Cloud/calendar/10832382/?from=list&offset=0

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  • Pillbox: Brought to you be the letter C. David Hale, National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health. david.hale@nih.gov @lostonroute66
  • Image ofSesame Street character and “Brought to you be the letter C.” http://www.sesamestreet.org/home
  • Crisis
  • Image of bottles of different colored pills. http://www.todaysseniorsnetwork.com/Prescription%20pills,%20medicines,%20medication.jpg
  • Change
  • Image of thumbnails of images of pills from Pillbox. 13 x 8 grid of thumbnails. Multiple colored tablets and capsules are shown in pairs showing obverse and reverse sides.
  • Image of photography station . Equipment is cluttered and appears to be of low quality.
  • Blurry image of obverse and reverse side of a red pill with “K106” imprint on one side. Marks from a ruler are visible on the bottom of the image.
  • Image of a professional, well-organized copy stand and camera setup in a dimly lit office. Flood lamps illuminate two diffusion panels. Pill bottles and pills are displayed on the desk next to the copy stand.Image by Bradley Lowekamp, NLM / LHC / OHPCC.
  • High resolution image of a capsule. The cap is red. The base is clear. Yellow and red granules can be seem in the clear end of the capsule. The letters “ER” are printed on the capsule, along with a symbol appearing to be a backwards, lower-case “e”.
  • Zoomed-in view of previous image, showing detail of the small yellow and red granules inside the capsule.
  • Conceive
  • Sketches used during the original design of Pillbox. Shape, color, score, and symbol selector mock-ups are visible. Numerous notes accompany each sketch of a UI component.
  • A low fidelity mock-up of Pillbox. Pieces of paper, representing selectors for each of the physical attributes (shape, size, color, etc.) are placed on blue cardboard to illustrate how the interface changes based on the user’s actions.
  • Create
  • The redesign of Pillbox. As of August 2009, this is the Adobe Flex version is use at http://pillbox.nlm.nih.gov. An accessible version is available at http://pillbox.nlm.nih.gov/pillimage/search.php.
  • Connect
  • Screen capture from the Drug Information Portal, showing the results for a search on “synthroid.” http://druginfo.nlm.nih.gov
  • Screen capture from DailyMed, showing the FDA-approved drug label for Synthroid (levothyroxine sodium) Table [Abbott Laboratories]. http://dailymed.nlm.nih.gov
  • Communicate
  • Google map of the United States showing pointers in Washington, California, Arizona, Oklahoma, Illinois, Florida, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Washington DC, and Massachusetts.
  • Images of two pages of notes from persona development for Pillbox. Poison Control Centers, Disaster Response Teams, EMS, and ED are among those outlined.
  • Collaborate
  • Screen capture from CIBC: Seg3D, segmentation and processing tool. More information at http://www.sci.utah.edu/SCIRunDocs/index.php/CIBC:Seg3D. The Insight Toolkit logo is also displayed. More information at http://www.itk.org/.
  • Series of four images of a pill photograph. These images illustrate the automated process by which image processing software (based on the Insight Toolkit, from the previous slide) segments the pill from the background and produces an image of the pill on a black background.
  • Two image of Gausian Mixture models analyzing the colors represented in a pill. Each image has four strips of color in the upper-left corner, showing what the average colors would be, if every pixel in the image was interpreted as being 1, 2, 3, or 4 distinct colors.
  • Control?
  • Screen capture of the original Adobe Flex version of Pillbox, developed solely by the NLM.
  • Screen capture of a wireframe outline from the design group which was responsible for the information architecture review and redesign of Pillbox.
  • One of the reskinned versions of the Pillbox redesign that was not selected.
  • The redesign of Pillbox. As of August 2009, this is the Adobe Flex version is use at http://pillbox.nlm.nih.gov. An accessible version is available at http://pillbox.nlm.nih.gov/pillimage/search.php.
  • (un)Conference
  • HealthCamp logo. For more information http://healthca.mp.
  • Image of David Hale (NLM) presenting the redesign of Pillbox at HealthCamp Boston 2009. http://www.healthcampboston.org/
  • Image of participants at HealthCamp Maryland 2009. http://www.socialtext.net/md09/index.cgi
  • Image of circle of participants at HealthCamp Maryland 2009 discussing Pillbox. http://www.socialtext.net/md09/index.cgi
  • Image of Dave deBronkart and Carlos Rizo MD, (medical bloggers) at HealthCamp Boston 2009. http://www.healthcampboston.org/
  • Continuity
  • Images of Johannes Gutenberg (representing the concept of public domain) and Richard Stallman. Gutenberg image from http://www.popsci.com/files/imagecache/article_image_large/files/articles/Gutenberg-1.jpg. Stallman image, source unknown. Identical image can be found at http://gemsres.com/story/jun07/386632/GPL_160.jpg.
  • Conclusion
  • David Hale, National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health. david.hale@nih.gov @lostonroute66
  • Pillbox: Brought to you be the letter C

    1. 1. 08.18.09<br />pillbox.nlm.nih.gov<br />david.hale@nih.gov<br />@lostonroute66<br />U.S. National Library of Medicine<br />National Institutes of Health<br />
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    3. 3. Crisis<br />
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    5. 5. Change<br />
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    12. 12. Conceive<br />
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    15. 15. Create<br />
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    17. 17. Connect<br />
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    20. 20. Communicate<br />
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    23. 23. Collaborate<br />
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    27. 27. Control?<br />
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    32. 32. (un)Conference<br />
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    38. 38. Continuity<br />
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    40. 40. Conclusion<br />
    41. 41. 08.18.09<br />pillbox.nlm.nih.gov<br />david.hale@nih.gov<br />@lostonroute66<br />U.S. National Library of Medicine<br />National Institutes of Health<br />

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