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This project was completed for the George Institute of Global Health in May 2013.
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[fusion_separator top=”20″ style=”none”/] Activities:

  • Design research and co-design workshops
  • Cultural probes / diary studies
  • Customer journey mapping
  • Persona generation
  • Interaction design and usability testing
  • Delivery of wire-frames/ conceptual design
[fusion_separator top=”20″ style=”none”/] It was completed by Jax Wechsler and Lauren Tan during February to May 2013.
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