RESUME CANCER RECOVERY
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Shortlisted - Creative Conscience 2018
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Human Centred Design
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There are an estimated 2.5 million people living with cancer in the UK which is a number that is ever increasing and expected to reach 4 million by 2030. The number of people surviving cancer for 5 or more years after their diagnosis is also increasing. This number has risen by over 260,000 in the last 5 years.
How could we help cancer patients feel more supported in their recovery process?
My solution aims to help patient in their recovery process in multiple areas of their life: Social, Exercise, Nutrition, Appearance and Work, that are a struggle. I aimed to create a something that helps with the users lifestyle to bridge the gap between medical and lifestyle.
Users are in control of their completed, current and future goals and can view their progress and set targets for each of the categories. When targets are set, they correspond to particular rewards which aims to motivate and encourage personal development.