We are made up of highly skilled IT experts, therefore our brains are our most important tools to invest in and protect. We strongly believe that if we train the body, the mind will follow: in other words a sound mind in a healthy body push ourselves in the gym!
Sometimes, it's a struggle to stay consistent especially after a tough day and you really don't feel like it. Our partner, the SpartanFitness gym in Sassari, helps us stay committed to fitness and have fun. We work together to carry out individual workout programs aimed at improving how to keep fit as well as recover from the time spent all day at desk.
As our strength and training improve, we will gain confidence in our skilled IT works. However, this process does not happen overnight but it takes self-discipline, focus and time.
By pushing through tough workouts, we also enhance our knowledge about exercise, health and wellness that do help us to build more accessible and functional health & fitness apps.
This is why we collaborate with clients, healthcare professionals and academic experts to create lasting, meaningful digital health solutions. The conceptual boundary between ‘health’ and ‘digital health’ is dissolving, and there are huge opportunities to address challenges in a number of areas, in particular:
- Quality and timeliness of interventions (diagnosis and treatment)
- Data and measurability
- Cost effectiveness
The efficacy of mental health apps is a huge issue for a relatively new sector. We’ve always used technology to help us stay well but, increasingly, the design, tech and healthcare industries need to work together to prove that new products and techniques – driven by developments in mobile – can be effective. We’re very aware of that and actively look to play our part.
The best way to put people at the centre of new healthcare solutions is, we believe, through convening true partnerships between digital health innovators and healthcare experts.
Bringing product design skills is not enough – the delivery of person-centred care depends upon our ability to create bridges between institutions, businesses and designers.
We’re looking to collaborate with healthcare providers, academics, established companies and new startups to build the future of health. If there’s something you’d like to solve, or to collaborate with us on, get in touch – firstname.lastname@example.org.
All we need is code and… a nice long run.