HCIM students at the University of Maryland shared their brilliant products today at the Inclusive Design and Personal Health Informatics & Visualization semester poster presentation. UMD seeks to create an inclusive and healthy world for all of us, celebrating diversity by designing products and solutions that support personal health needs and also create fulfilling experiences for all people.
HCIM graduate students have the opportunity to take part in this initiative by taking our course offerings: Inclusive Design and Personal Health Informatics & Visualization. During these courses, students researched and co-designed solutions with their target users. They then created their own product concepts with interactive prototypes of their solutions. Design is powerful and UMD HCIM students proved that!
Check out the below list showcasing the titles of our students' projects:
Co-Design Session to Communicate 360 Style
SPIN: A Smart Ring That Makes Presenting Easy
Vanity: A Mobile App for People with Color-blindness to Pick and Match Outfits
Using Participatory Design Methods to Help Parents with High Data Privacy Values Track Their Child’s Growth
Ziel: Enabling People with Clinical Anxiety to Track Their Health
Rethinking Reachability in the Era of Big Screens
[Personal Health Informatics & Visualization]
Balance: Designing for Digital Well-being by Contextualizing Smartphone Usage
Just Right Hydration: Personalizing Hydration
Water Meter: An Intelligent Multi-class Hydration Tracking Application
DermaTrack: Your Skincare Pal
Understanding Tracking Practices & Technology Use in PCOS
So excited for the bright futures of these students!