While at frog design, a major project that lasted over a year was the design of an automated syringe for a large pharma client. The work involved extensive user research (ethnography, focus groups, user testing), industrial design, and interface design. (This project featured in an article I wrote for Harvard Business Review.)

I led the project for frog on a day-to-day basis, was point of contact for client, managed the team of researchers, industrial and interface designers, and mechanical and electrical engineers. I was heavily involved in the design, at times doing form and UI design, and making prototypes in Photoshop and the model shop.

The product had major challenges with packaging all the components into a palatable size and shape, and making it work for the patients who would be using it, who's disease caused physical impairment of their hands.

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