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IDEO.org" target="_blank">IDEO.org Fellow Liz Ogbu talks Multiple Use Water Services (MUWS) and introduces the IDEO.org team that will be working with Winrock International to create water systems that are more robust, durable, and profitable for developing world users.
Have a great idea about how popup health clinics can help underserved rural populations in the US and abroad? Join 2011-12 IDEO.org Fellow Liz Ogbu in a crowdsourced brainstorming session right here on HCD Connect as we use the human-centered design process to improve the healthcare experience for the uninsured.
Some cool ideas and ispirations around popup clinics have been coming through via HCD Connect, Facebook, and email. Here are some of them. There's one week left to this challenge and we still need more input. So please share your ideas and opinions!
This week TED will release the recently completed manual “How to TEDx” to its community of over 3000 TEDx Organizers. IDEO.org" target="_blank">IDEO.org Fellow Liz Ogbu reflects on the IDEO.org redesign of the manual after gathering valuable input from the global TEDx community.
Ready to get started on the newest IDEO.org project, Fellow Liz Ogbu breaks down the cookstoves project and the human-centered design approach that the team will be using to tackle the challenge.
Large scale free health clinics provide annual healthcare access for thousands in the U.S. Yet, occuring in spaces meant for other uses means there's much room for improvement. How might we improve the patient experience at these clinics?
IDEO.org Fellow Liz Ogbu tells the story of how the Kenya water kiosk team used rapid prototyping on the ground in Nairobi to understand what the ingredients of a successful water, hygiene, and nutrition business might be.
At IDEO.org, we talk a lot about looking at the whole ecosystem when we tackle a problem. While this has consistently framed our understanding and engagement on various projects, our scope of work has often focused on just one piece of the puzzle. However, Kenya Water + Health is a project where the problem at hand was the system itself.
Prototyping in the field is always an interesting but challenging process. While conducting research in Tanzania, the IDEO.org cookstoves team proves that this process can yield some really helpful insights.
Fellow Liz Ogbu provides an update from the front lines of synthesis with the IDEO.org Winrock Team as Liz, Adam, and Jess prepare to complete the Multiple Use Water Services project.
What are innovative ideas that you have seen in popup health clinics from anywhere in the world?
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