It’s #GivingTuesday and we’re asking you to support the design of a better world for everyone. Last year’s year-end fundraising campaign was a record-breaker. Your donation will help us save newborn lives.
We are pleased to announce a new partnership with the Chao Foundation and TFish Fund to advance the development of the Otter newborn warmer. Based in the Bay area, the Chao Foundation supports nonprofit and public welfare initiatives that improve children’s health in developing countries.
The DtM team is hitting the road for a field test of our Otter newborn warmer prototype in Vietnam with potential users at rural hospitals, and with our manufacturing partner MTTS. Here’s a quick slideshow of our research prep and some old favorite photos from past field studies in Vietnam, Nepal, Benin and Bangladesh.
It isn’t enough to evaluate our work relative to our own expectations. How might we assess a program like Firefly compared to other global health program and other potential social impact investments? Join us as we unravel the mysteries of ROI and $/DALY.
If you’re determined to get your ideas past the beautiful prototypes and the promising pilots to achieve international scale, you must read Geoffrey Moore’s framework for consumer expectations, technology strategy and product positioning.
In a 12-week design sprint this summer, we developed a revolutionary new medical device to protect vulnerable newborns from hypothermia, preventable illness and death. Here’s a recap in text and video!