The organising principles of health design

What are the guiding design principles that we are going to use when creating new health products for the 21st century? We talk to Dr. Bon Ku about creating a common language around human centred healthcare.
The organising principles of health design
S3 EP7Apr 2020

The organising principles of health design

The organising principles of health design

with Bon Ku, Director, Health Design Lab, Thomas Jefferson University

Creating a common language around human centred healthcare

What are the guiding design principles that we are going to use when creating new health products for the 21st century? Can we preserve and elevate the relationships between the clinician and the patients with good design? In this episode we chat with Dr. Bon Ku, co-author of Health Design Thinking, to discuss how the role of design in healthcare can transform the industry.

Timestamps

    Learnings from interviewing designers, adapted to the health space

    Examples in the book of how design has been applied to healthcare

    Describing human centered design or design thinking to healthcare professionals

    Design having a seat at the table

    Human centred products and trust

    Practical methods and guiding principles

    Implementing learnings from the book as a healthcare leader

    Sneaking in design

    What designers can learn from healthcare professionals

    ROI in design and healthcare

    How space impacts health

Hosted by
Matt Lenzi

With the team until 2020, Matt led strategy and ideation for new brands and marketing products at iconic startups as well as hosting Hanno’s podcast.