…UX designers can do more. Learn about the problematic healthcare cultural characteristics that dominate and that need to change… Don’t limit yourself to incremental innovation and work that is narrowly focused on UIs.

Richard Anderson

It is, with no doubt, a designer commitment, to go beyond the line that limits the user interface, the software and contribute to transform the healthcare industry by improving processes, patient care, and services.

It’s even more crucial nowadays, when there’s an uncertain investment in healthcare from public sectors.

 

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UX Lead at Ebury and graduated as a Computer Engineer at the University of Granada. In the past, I've worked as a teacher, consultant, and developer. Designing valuable technology for people is what I enjoy the most.

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