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Scribe : A wearable medical documentation device for nurses
Nature of project : Classroom, Self-sponsored
Duration : 8 weeks
Guide(s) : Prof. Sudhakar Damodaran, Prof. V Ravishankar, Prof. Chakradhar Saswade, Prof. Venkatesh Rajamanickam
Venue : National Institute of Design, Bangalore
Tags : Product Design, UI/UX



'Scribe' was the outcome of an 8 week design project with the broad theme of 'Product Interface Design'. For our brief, we were given a series of target audience that included doctors, tailors, shopkeepers, postmen, etc. and asked to come up ith a device that would simplify their daily activities. My target user group was nurses. The poster for the design process, as well as the final output is as shown below:
More details can be viewed in this report and this presentation.



Acknowlegments :
1. My mentors - Prof. Sudhakar Damodaran, Prof. V Ravishankar, Prof. Chakradhar Saswade, Prof. Venkatesh Rajamanickam @ NID Bangalore.
2. Narayana Hrudayalaya Bangalore for their immense support for my research.
3. Roshan Sawant for help with the 3D renders. Check out his work here