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  • Voice-based UIs present huge opportunities for the healthcare industry, particularly around improving the lives of those living with chronic disease. To fortify our understanding of usability constraints around managing a chronic disease with voice, we ran a longitudinal pilot study with diabetes patients using Amazon’s Echo Dot. Here is what we found.

Worrell, Inc.
Worrell, Inc.
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Worrell, Inc.
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  • Insights From the ER

    At Worrell, our passion for healthcare leads us to design for a patient-centric future. We set out to explore the extremes of emergency medicine in order to learn more about the provision of care in that dynamic environment. Our goal was to re-imagine how that system of emergency care might be impacted by design, advancements in health information technology, and wireless technology. Instead, we ...

  • Insights from the ER (Trailer)

    The trailer for Insights from the ER, Worrell's upcoming film to be released Fall 2011.

  • Design We Can All Live With

    Recently, Worrell debuted a special short film at the Body Computing Conference at USC. The film features a novel approach to healthcare stakeholder engagement and a conceptual patient centric technology, holding the possibility of transforming the delivery of healthcare.

  • Worrell Design Celebrates 40 Years

    Food trucks, craft cocktails, toasts and an amazing guest list–what more could we ask for? Earlier this month, Worrell hosted family, friends, former coworkers and clients at our headquarters in Northeast Minneapolis for an evening dedicated to commemorating a remarkable milestone–our 40th anniversary. During the event, guests paused to share fond memories of working with the firm, working for th...

  • Worrell Design Camp featured on Fox 9 Morning News

    Worrell's Reed Robinson talks with M.A. Rosko about Worrell's Design Camp, a three-day long program designed to teach teens about the fundamentals of the design process.

  • Worrell featured on Fox 9's "Cool Workplaces"

    M.A. Rosko visits Worrell, Inc. to learn more about our creative and collaborative Northeast Minneapolis workspace.

  • Superheroes

    As children, we dreamed of being superheroes. But as we grew, we moved beyond the imagined superpowers of our childhood to embrace our own ability to create life-changing technologies. Paired with MC10, the Worrell team was challenged to envision a world where embedded computing power could be used to enhance the performance of our daily activities. What resulted was a sixth sense, extending our n...

  • Tuning in to Kids

    When thirteen-year-old Mason's little sister was in the hospital, he saw how music therapy helped improve her morale. When he was working on his Eagle Scout Project, he knew he wanted to make an improved, more mobile music therapy cart to help children like his sister at Children's Hospital. Because of Worrell's strong relationship with Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota, they asked us ...

  • Model Learning

    Prototyping has come a long way. Worrell Design's founder Bob Worrell shares the ways in which behavioral models and prototypes inform the design process, not just to validate solutions, but to creatively solve problems from the beginning, too.

  • Exploring China

    While in China conducting ethnographic research, we got out of our hotel to find an adventure. We hired a guide with a van and headed to the interior of China for a two day hike.

  • Why do Current EMRs Look Like They're From the 90s? (@Health 2.0 Conference, 2011, San Francisco)

    Worrell's own Lulu Petrina shares perspectives on a panel with the National Coordinator for Health IT at Health & Human Services, Farzad Mostashari. Both agree that the need for well-designed digital interfaces is acute and overdue, but those who answer the need will be richly rewarded.

  • Why Not Engage Patients in the Design Process? (@Health 2.0 Conference, 2011, San Francisco)

    Lulu Petrina, Design Researcher at Worrell, and Lygeia Ricciardi, Senior Policy Advisor for Consumer e-Health US Department of Health & Human Services share perspectives on the value of bringing patients into the discussion and design process for new healthcare products, services, and systems.

  • Dear CRM, Where is My Data? (@Health 2.0 Conference, 2011, San Francisco)

    Hugo Campos, ICD Patient/Patient advocate and Lygeia Ricciardi, Senior Policy Advisor for Consumer e-Health US Department of Health & Human Services, share perspectives on patients' rights to accessing their health information.

  • W.lab Experience

    W.lab is more than a space for rent. We have the experience and resources to design an experience that lends itself to productive and innovative collaboration sessions. We work with you to provide the amenities, support, and spatial configurations to best serve your event.

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