Global Health Envisioning was an intense 5 month project focused on the future of healthcare in a digital world. As lead designer on the project, I worked closely with producers and Global Health workers to create a system of assets that could accompany talks given at the 2015 Global Partners Forum.
The main asset was a video looking at women’s health in the developing world 10 years ago, today, and in 2030. The video which was shown to a 500 person+, diverse audience had to touch on a multitude of subjects. It became a great discussion piece, and was used in conjunction with a powerpoint that broke down the individual scenarios.
There were huge shifts in our depictions of data over the months. We needed to convey connectedness, digital webs, integrated data, and individual health profiles (while focusing on privacy) in a very general looking way.
Early concepts of our presence at the forum had a bigger footprint. Initial ideas were live social commentary on the different talks, and community boards to connect participants.
Our actual presence was much more simple and added cohesiveness to the environment of the Westin. The one collaborative feature we did provide was comment and response cards, that were illustrated onsite by me, and built into a feature board of “2030 Goals and Ideas”.