Enabling Mobile Health Studies
In this Deep Dive Jacob Kim, Director R&D Management, Digital Health Lab at Samsung Research America, and Ixabu Gonzalez, Senior UX Designer, Digital Health Lab at Samsung Research America, will walk us through their award-winning project „Samsung Health Stack”.
About the Project: Samsung Health Stack (SHS)
Winner of the UX Design Award | Product 2023
Today’s health studies typically require wearable devices to collect data, a mobile app that tracks the data, and additional tools to store and analyze the data. Unfortunately, developing these studies from scratch is costly and time-consuming. As a solution, Samsung Health Stack is born. SHS is an open-source project with a significant focus on community, and consists of a collection of tools, applications, and services to create, manage, and analyze health studies across the android ecosystem.
UXDA Jury member Peter Post:
»The "Samsung Health Stack" represents an important improvement in the preparation and implementation of health studies. The sample library and SDK provide readily available templates and software modules that significantly improve the current situation in this domain. Medical researchers are relieved allowing them to focus on their actual tasks and patients are provided with a better user experience. The product leverages the power of popular mobile devices to drive health research and achieve better outcomes. The open-source approach supports scaling and broad access to valuable application resources.«
About the Format:
Deep Dive: Award Winners presents outstanding projects from the professional Award categories Product and Concept. The format, interactive live presentations followed by a Q&A session, offers behind-the-scenes insights into award-winning projects and facilitates a dialogue with successful experience design teams.
Presented by Ake Rudolf, Head of Strategy / Award Director, International Design Center Berlin (IDZ)
R&D Management, Digital Health Lab, Samsung Research America
Senior UX Designer, Digital Health Lab, Samsung Research America