The Master of Design (MDes) in Design for Health program teaches students to become experts in the fast-growing area of health design. Nearly every aspect of health care needs design expertise, including systems, service, program and product design. As more inclusive healthcare policies and practices are developed, a wide range of health challenges are explored including the need for inclusive physical spaces, the emergence of pandemics and the rapid growth of digital health and telehealth delivery.
“How might we use radical futures methods in complex, stigmatized health contexts to dismantle stigma and navigate complexity in order to enact meaningful societal change? Taking an evidence-based and participatory design approach, I explored the... More”
“I'm an aspiring UX designer who strives to create delightful user experiences. My favourite part about this work is that I'm able to see an intimate snapshot of someone's life for a moment - understanding what their hopes, pain, and aspirations... More”
“I strive to help address the pitfalls of our healthcare system that too often leave patients, families, and healthcare workers bearing the burden of bridging system gaps. My Design for Health studies focused on youth healthcare transition from... More”