Recipe Design has over 30 years’ experience in healthcare, with a particular specialism in the intersection of health and home. Previously very different sectors, Recipe Design has been at the forefront of their convergence in recent years, supporting projects as varied as pharmaceutical businesses adapting to digital health for the home and, vice versa, helping consumer-facing lifestyle brands develop a credible offering in the wellness space.
Drawing on Recipe Design’s expertise, and leveraging the consultancy’s unique innovation process, Meaning Centred Design, the collaboration with MyGlobalHome will explore how the meaningful deployment of technology can unlock new possibilities for digital health in the home.
At the heart of the partnership is a focus on user experience, and a desire to optimise how consumers understand and interact with digital health tools within a broader ecosystem. By gathering diverse datasets within a singular ecosystem – integrated into the built environment – the solution developed by Recipe Design and MyGlobalHome will be able to better contextualise digital health insights and therefore deliver greater value for the end user.
Simon Browning, Chief Operating Officer, Recipe Design commented, “Two of the biggest growth verticals for design in the 2020s are health and home and our partnership with MyGlobalHome is an opportunity to realise a plethora of innovation opportunities that will define how we live for years to come.
“The three opportunity areas we have been focusing on in recent years – patient-centricity, wellness and digitalisation – are perfectly aligned with the MyGlobalHome vision for the future of the home and we look forward to collaborating with them to realise it.”
Lee McCormack, CEO, MyGlobalHome added, “Having worked at the intersection between health and home for so many years, Recipe Design is uniquely positioned to help us create a digital health ecosystem which prioritises the user’s experience and needs as they evolve over time.
“Moreover, their experience of designing coherent and consistent digital solutions will be an invaluable asset as we realise our vision of home looking after its occupants, not the other way around.”
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About Recipe Design:
Recipe Design delivers Meaning Centred Design solutions for clients such as Sanofi, Kohler, Braun, Galderma and Bang & Olufsen.
Our purpose is to find meaning. Our passion is to design relentlessly around it. We create product, packaging and brand pipelines – from concept definition to commercialisation – by aligning human needs and desires with emerging science and technology.
MyGlobalHome is a group of experts shaping the future of living. Together, we are tackling a wide range of issues facing the sector – from carbon neutral construction to facilitating better healthcare in the home – all with the aim of empowering the end home user.
Whether it be developers, buyers, brands or researchers, we’re connecting industry stakeholders with leading innovators and bespoke resources to promote a better future of living. MyGlobalHome has been funded by UK Research and Innovation through the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund and is fully aligned with the governmental pledge for carbon neutrality by 2050.
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