Navy to work with Deakin to aid its design for glucose monitoring

Deakin University researchers developing a non-invasive smartphone-based solution for blood glucose monitoring will now proceed into the visualisation and prototyping phase with the assistance of the user experience design experts from Melbourne firm Navy Design as the inaugural recipients of Navy's Design Aid program.

The program aims to help underfunded digital health projects with access to healthcare-specific UX design expertise and will be offered by Navy Design twice a year.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Navy Design

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