Better by Design: Safer Medical Devices Better and Faster (new uses of rough and ready, tried and tested techniques)
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This paper describes a case study relating to design work undertaken by a UK design team based within a university. The techniques described are informed by a body of academic research relating to the challenges of prototyping computer embedded products. The paper describes the approach adopted in order to develop a set of interactive prototypes for a multinational pharmaceutical company. We shed some light on our experiences of the reality of the commercial constraints influencing prototyping decisions within organizations and describe and analyse our utilisation of an old method in a new way.
Culverhouse, I. and Gill, S. (2012) 'Better by Design: Safer Medical Devices Better and Faster (new uses of rough and ready, tried and tested techniques)', NordiCHI 2012, October 14th-17th, IT University of Copenhagen
Conference presentation at NordiCHI 2012; http://www.nordichi2012.org/#splash
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