Bednets: Designing for Humans, Not Mosquitoes

Bednets: Designing for Humans, Not Mosquitoes
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Bednets: Designing for Humans, Not Mosquitoes

Bednets: Designing for Humans, Not Mosquitoes
July 2012 in Tacoma

Whether fighting boredom with an iPhone app or malaria with a bednet, a product is most successful when it incorporates the needs of the people who will be ultimately using it into the design. Join Anthro-Tech’s Laura Schlenke to explore how researchers and engineers build the needs of real people into technology, especially those designed to keep people around the world safer and healthier.

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