Assistive technology, such as smart residence devices for the elderly, is an estimated $26 billion business. UX will toy a vital role in helping people live independently.
We all forget to make our medication now and again, but for some of us-and especially for the elderly, whom may be taking several different remedies at once-that can be a matter of life and death. A number of services have attempted to address the problem with sleekly designed lozenge remembrances. But the designers behind a brand-new smart residence concoction think that initiating more friction into the user event may be key. Kintell has reminders to take medicine that can’t be turned off with phone calls swipe or a voice-activated command-instead, you are required to physically push a button.
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