Design Playbook for Digital Health and Care, Watts 622, Friday, 07. February 2020

***YOU MUST BE A MEMBER OF STAFF AT THE UNIVERSITY OF BRIGHTON TO BOOK ON THIS WORKSHOP*** All bogus bookings will be deleted
 Would Benefit: academic researchers of any level interested in digital health
 Aimed primarily at academic health researchers of any level who wish to know the basics of successful digital transformation of research findings into digital products and services such as websites, apps and games. This workshop will enable you to write and lead the successful delivery of any digital health WP in such a way as to demonstrate quantifiable research impact. This will include a high level overview of digital exploitation / commercialisation planning and user experience design, a human centred co-design method for technology development that includes design thinking, user profiles, stories and journeys, co-petitor reviews, USP, branding and marketing and agile product development. Sharing best practice from H2020 EmERGe project will anchor these invaluable methods in digital health innovation practice, including navigating compliance, stakeholders and policy.
 A collaboration between Connected Futures, Healthy Futures,  Centre for Digital Media Cultures and the H2020 funded EmERGE Project.
Facilitators: Professor Karen Cham (Academic Lead for Connected Futures) and Dr Mary Darking (Director of the Centre for Digital Media and Cultures)

Friday, 07. February 2020, Watts 622, Design Playbook for Digital Health and Care

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