Question & Answer – UI, UX & U: Designing for Health

Together Alex Tam, Aza Raskin, Gretchen Wustrack and Aaron Sklar address the inadequacies of health care applications while providing design solutions to growing user barriers.

Jawbone – UI, UZ & U: Designing for Health

Aza Raskin, Vice President of Jawbone, covers the importance of asking the right questions and solving the right problems when designing for health.

 

Interview with Aza Raskin

We talked with Aza Raskin, Co-founder and CPO at MassiveHealth, about the biggest challenges, trends and developments in health care technology at the Health 2.0 San Francisco 2011 Fall Conference.

User-Generated Health: From Intelligent Communities to Self-Tracking, and the Quest for Personalized Health Platforms

Communities are evolving from simple support mechanisms to becoming personalized platforms for disease management, behavior change and data analytics. We took a look at the themes of peer and professional support, self-tracking, information sharing and delivery, competition, real-time data streams, and carrot vs. stick – and saw the Health 2.0 tools and unplatforms that are driving consumer engagement and testing leading behavior change models to make the greatest real-world impact.

Q and A- health app suckage

Question & Answer – UI, UX & U: Designing for Healt ...

Together Alex Tam, Aza Raskin, Gretchen Wustrack and Aaron Sklar address the inadequacies of health care applications while providing design solutions to growing user barriers.

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Jawbone – UI, UZ & U: Designing for Health

Aza Raskin, Vice President of Jawbone, covers the importance of asking the right questions and solving the right problems when designing for health.

 

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Interview with Aza Raskin

We talked with Aza Raskin, Co-founder and CPO at MassiveHealth, about the biggest challenges, trends and developments in health care technology at the Health 2.0 San Francisco 2011 Fall Conference.

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User-Generated Health: From Intelligent Communities to Self-Track ...

Communities are evolving from simple support mechanisms to becoming personalized platforms for disease management, behavior change and data analytics. We took a look at the themes of peer and professional support, self-tracking, information sharing and delivery, competition, real-time data streams, and carrot vs. stick – and saw the Health 2.0 tools and unplatforms that are driving consumer engagement and testing leading behavior change models to make the greatest real-world impact.