A semester-long project involving an artist or designer of choice and an imagined gallery exhibition of their work. Students designed an artist's catalogue, and a brochure, invitation, poster, and banner advertising the imagined exhibition.
ASSISTED REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS MAP
A group project with Denise Philpott and Laura Halleran for the OCAD University Design for Health graduate course in Systems & Communications II.
For a project spanning half of a term, our team researched the patient journey for women navigating Ontario, Canada's Assisted Reproductive Technology system. Our final synthesis map, which shows the social and economic causal loops that influence the need for ART and the systemigrams that relate the interactions among women, government, clinics, and resources, serves as a tool for women navigating or considering navigating the ART experience. It also serves as a tool for policy makers to bridge gaps in care and recognize areas where the system is failing women.
My primary role involved drafting initial maps, gathering research, writing the final system map report, providing input for the final design, and presenting the map for final critique. Denise Philpott headed the final design, with sketch and progress maps and supporting research gathered by the whole team.