Melbourne-based Navy design offers free support for digital health projects

Melbourne-based digital design consultancy Navy Design has turned its attention entirely to healthcare, deciding after five years of working on a range of projects to concentrate solely on user experience design and health. Navy has also launched an initiative called Design Aid to give underfunded healthcare projects access to good design for free, offering a two-week intensive design sprint for promising projects to help them take their product to the next level.
Twice a year Navy will invest its time to give underfunded digital health projects access to world class design through a two week intensive design exercise where its design team will help take companies products to the next level using one of their services.

Depending on the stage of your project, Navy will help:

  • Visualise a new product to solve a complex problem
  • Prototype or test an idea
  • Improve an existing product

Applications to participate in the next intake close February 20, 2017

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