The role of experience design in the future medical health device landscape: An opportunity for design research
Gomez, Rafael E. (2015) The role of experience design in the future medical health device landscape: An opportunity for design research. XD: Experience Design Magazine, 2, pp. 7-9.
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An overview of the human side of the wearable technology trend in the medical industry. Forecasted as the next wave of technological innovations, wearable and physically embedded medical devices to help manage patients’ health conditions are set to change the healthcare experience for both patients and healthcare providers. The idea here is to pay closer attention to how particular patients experience these devices, so they can be designed with empathy for specific patient needs to maintain optimum health.
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|Item Type:||Journal Article|
|Additional Information:||This article has been adapted from published
paper Gomez, R., & Harrison, A. (2014). Beyond
Wearables: Experiences and Trends in Design
of Portable Medical Devices. In Design, User
Experience, and Usability. User Experience
Design Practice (pp. 261-272). Springer
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Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Creative Industries Faculty
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