Monthly Archives: March 2018

13 Mar 2018

Ambika Srinath, Systems Engineer

Ambika Srinath, Systems Engineer “I grew up and went to school in central Illinois, specializing in computer and electrical engineering and using these skills to work in the medical device space on various giant medical imaging scanners. As a woman working on important diagnostic devices like breast ultrasound scanners, I felt a personal connection to the problems I was solving. While I’ve always liked the challenges of hardware engineering and digital design, I moved toward systems engineering because I wanted […]

09 Mar 2018
a table of various blood glucose meters, lancing devices, insulin pumps, supplies

User-Centered Design Has Propelled Consumer Tech – Why Not Medical Devices?

User-Centered Design Has Propelled Consumer Tech – Why Not Medical Devices? by Jeffrey Brewer, Co-Founder and CEO March 9, 2018 Twenty-five years ago, the tech industry had a problem. Engineers and entrepreneurs were developing exciting new ways to connect individuals to the larger world, but going online was still a clunky, frustrating experience for users. Compared to those days, the industry has luxury problems now. More than 3 billion people are online, spending so much time at the computer (especially […]

01 Mar 2018
Sarah Matarese

Sarah Matarese, Senior User Experience Designer

Sarah Matarese, Senior User Experience Designer “Have you ever thought there must be a better path, a better way? I live for the challenge of discovering that better path. In my career as a UX (user experience) designer, I’ve been privileged to work and learn my craft at purpose driven companies known for user focused design – first at Apple, and most recently at Tesla. Recently though, I couldn’t escape the feeling that I could be doing something even more […]