Larry and Ziggy are back to celebrate World Hemophilia Day! At Design Science, we believe it’s important to share knowledge – especially the first-hand knowledge of peoples’ experience with bleeding disorders.
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Entries by Christina S
By attending advocacy events, we learned that people affected by rare diseases are passionate about making a difference in their communities. In reality, they are not often given the opportunity to communicate their experiences with the companies that create the medical devices and medications they use on a daily basis.
In today’s fast-paced business world, cloud-based services are taking over.
To celebrate World Usability Day this year, Design Science sent Larry and Ziggy out to explore the impact of design on people’s day-to-day lives. It turned out to be pretty significant.
From October 9-13 more than 1,300 people from around the world gathered in Austin, Texas, to attend the 2017 Annual Meeting for the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES).
Medical devices, combination products, and pharmaceuticals are global products, created by multi-national companies, intended for unique national markets. These markets, especially in the U.S. and EU which are at the forefront of shaping the medical world, differ greatly regarding their regulatory requirements and approaches to usability engineering.
Have you ever struck a yoga pose on Elfreth’s Alley? How about balanced on a fire hydrant with two other people while taking a selfie? We have!
If you are attending the 3rd Annual Human Factors Excellence for Medical Device Design conference and picked up one of our crossword puzzles, you’re in the right place!
Every few years, I try to improve my own product. Prompted by a sense of dissatisfaction with my clothing, I clean out and rebuild my wardrobe. I fill a trash bag with clothes to be donated, and feel accomplished as I look at my newly spacious closet. Each time I do this I’m convinced that […]
As a company that specializes in improving healthcare products and systems, Design Science often needs researchers to perform observations in the operating room (OR). My work typically involves human factors usability studies and evaluations, so I was excited to be given the chance to participate in my first surgical ethnographic timing study!
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