Designing For Mobility

Designing For Energy

Challenge

How might we create a more useful and valuable relationship between Australian physiotherapists and their industry body?

Challenge

How can we help people to achieve a higher level of mental energy, stay fuelled and perform throughout their workday?

Role
UX & Visual Designer

Challenge

How can we help people to achieve a higher level of mental energy, stay fuelled and perform throughout their workday?

What the solution was

A customer experience that linked patient, primary care provider (PCP) and industry body together.

By using symptoms from particular areas of the body we were able to create a pathway through a user interface to direct patients to a preferred primary care provider that was endorsed by a leading industry body.

What the solution was

Switch Think Drinka beverage that helps your mind to work at its optimum.

Scientifically designed to help heighten your brain’s ability to think, process information and stay active by using well-balanced nutrients in the drink to help stimulate neurons in your brain for a naturally sustained performance.

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What problem did it solve?

The problem is that googling symptoms to diagnose oneself is a common force of habit nowadays. It provides inaccurate diagnosis results motivated by fear and escalates anxiety for patients, and, fuels an unhealthy obsession called ‘cyberchondria.’

What problem did it solve?

The problem was that many people feared being seen as incompetent and desired to feel smarter, more alert and more mentally agile, so they can achieve a higher level of mental performance at work.

What was interesting about the problem

What was interesting about this problem situation was that if it was approached as if it is a problem of utilising self-diagnosis behaviour to your advantage, then the solution became an exercise in treating anxiety by giving patients just enough information to satisfy their cyberchondria and funnel them straight to a healthcare professional.

What was interesting about the problem

What was interesting about this problem situation was that if it was approached as if it is a problem of providing cognitive enhancement and aiding self-improvement, then the solution became an exercise in bio-hacking.

What did I change?

I transformed and shifted...

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Designer & Changemaker

Email —

patrick@p-w-m.co

Email —

patrick@p-w-m.co