Tag Archives: Design

Michael Graves Wants to Redesign the Patient Experience

By Sven Larsen (@svenplarsen) One of the most compelling sessions of this week's Health and Wellness program at Social Media Week was Michael Graves' fascinating (and at times very moving) talk on...
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Magic Mirror

by Krissy Goelz (@krisgoelz) Mirror, mirror on the wall, whos the healthiest one of all? Imagine if looking in the mirror could reveal more than just the lines on your face or the state of your...
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Beyond the Written Word: Health Literacy and the Role of Pictures

Today's guest post comes from Ken Thorlton, SVP, Creative Director, of HealthEd. Ken has been with HealthEd since 2004, now serving as senior vice president, creative services. In this role, he...
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Scratch, Sniff and Learn with UnNiched

Were excited to be participating in another UnNiched(micro) breakfast at the CUNY Graduate Center in October. This one, however, will prove to be a little different from other events that UnNiched...
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POINT/COUNTERPOINT: The Great Flash Debate, Part II

This post is part of a series of point/counterpoint arguments proposed by different members of the Pixels & Pills staff. Were strong believers that healthy arguments can yield the best...
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POINT/COUNTERPOINT: The Great Flash Debate, Part I

(Video credited to Milk and Cookies) This post is part of a series of point/counterpoint arguments proposed by different members of the Pixels & Pills staff. Were strong believers that healthy...
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Generation Y and Health: The Healthcare Revolution

This post continues our new series on Generation Y and their relationship with their health. From challenges to epidemics, this series attempts to expose how these digital natives are managing...
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WIRED Magazine’s Thomas Goetz Reveals His Strong Interest in Health Medicine and Explains His Concept of I.W.F.

Thomas Goetz, Executive Editor of WIRED Magazine, discusses how technology can help people make better decisions about their health, and explains the concept of Information with Feeling, or I.W.F.,...
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Breaking Out of the Ghetto

By Sven Larsen (@zemoga) It may come as no surprise to many who read this blog that in the design world, Pharma work is often seen as the "red headed stepchild". Pharma and (to a lesser degree...
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The Convergence of Pharma and Fashion

Image courtesy of Pierce Mattie Public Relations By Christina Brodie What do pharma and fashion have in common? Both are multi-billion dollar a year industries that influence how people look and...
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Attention to Detail

By Kimberly Reyes (@CommDuCoeur) Over the last year, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson and Depomed have each dealt with product recalls of musty-smelling drugs. The smell was caused by tribomoanisole,...
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