For the story of Startup Weekend Sacramento: Health Edition, I created a single page web story with an interactive timeline that shows photos, tweets, and tells the story of what our participants experienced during the event.
The mHealth app market is growing rapidly. Market Intel Reports estimates that the mHealth market will account for nearly $18 Billion in 2016 alone and according to an article in the Economist, global revenues for m-health will reach $21.5 billion in 2018. Yet despite the proliferation of mHealth apps and the opportunity to create truly useful apps for health consumers, it appears that hospitals are failing to create the apps that their consumers really want.
Short, illustrated animations of a medical device’s instructions for use can be an effective way to increase engagement of the viewer as well as their understanding of how to use the product. Canadian medical device company Trudell Medical understands this and hired me to create several short animations of their instructions for use for several of their products.
I’ve been working with Canadian medical device company, Trudell Medical for the last couple of months to create several animated explainer videos to explain the benefits of their AeroChamber Plus* Flow-Vu* chamber for asthma use and animated instructional videos to show proper use of their products.
I’ve been wanting some kind of network map, entity relationship diagram, or some kind of visual representation that maps out the various entities and their relationships in the Sacramento startup community. Then an idea hit me a couple of weeks ago – a subway style map of the Sacramento startup scene modeled after the infamous London Tube Map.