Nosphere | 2007

The Nosphere (Nösphere was the original name) is a product that is patented together with Stanford University and that was developed within the project NeedInn - Need Centered Product Innovation within E-health, and in Stanford…

INTELiCare | 2003-2004

PROJECT BRIEF When: 2003-2004 (finalized) What: Intel's Proactive Health project is seeking creative technology designs and demonstration prototypes in two primary areas: social health monitoring and support (SHMS) and daily routine monitoring and management (DRMM).…

Rethinking blood-glucose monitoring | 2005-2006

PROJECT BRIEF When: 2005-2006 (finalized) What: Together with Abbott Laboratories (US), students from LTU and Stanford University, USA, collaborated in this global project to develop a new type of glucose monitoring system for children with…

About Design for Wellbeing

Design for Wellbeing redirects the focus of product development from technology-based development, via needs-based development, to participative product development and innovation Desired state of being = wellbeing In the spirit of other user-centered initiatives —…

Collaboration at its best

Academic, public and private partners collaborate across boundaries to improve wellbeing. The Design for Wellbeing initiative is an excellent platform for sustainable development for the future since it targets wellbeing, which is not a specific…

Design for Wellbeing Methodology

A participatory innovation process that will take the stakeholders from needs to actions. The Design for Wellbeing methodology is a need-driven approach to creative product development. It is based on a Participatory Product Innovation (P²I)…