Cammy Hogg (He/him)
I hold a strong interest in User Experience design, as well as User Interface design. I enjoy exploring the ways in which people navigate a system, taking an iterative approach in creating and improving this experience.
Record: Own Your Music
Record is a music collation service designed to give the music collector a heightened sense of ownership over their collection. It can be understood as a music collation multi-tool – composed of a series of digital utilities that accompany the dedicated music collector in their desire to own and celebrate their music. Centred around a key theme of ownership, Record’s mission is simple; this is about strengthening and protecting the relationship between collector and collection.
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2030: Living Beyond Cancer
Future Experiences (Pt. 1)
Part one of Future Experiences was developed alongside two course mates, and was spent speculating on what it could be like living beyond cancer in 2030 in the context of collective intelligence and big data.
Technological advancements could allow for intelligent health monitoring in the home. Using a set of smart tools – essentially intelligent crockery and cutlery – Dinaci, a healthcare brand of 2030, looks at biological and behavioural trends to build an image of the users normality. Negative trends in this data point towards health problems; in the beyond cancer context this is an image of risk of readmission. The data gathered acts as part of a collective intelligence; informing the users healthcare on a local scale; in a wider context it informs global medical and cancer communities.
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Dinaci: Home Healthcare
Future Experiences (Pt. 2)
Part two of future experiences was spent revising the Dinaci system. Aiming to answer questions surfaced during the development of the future world, this new system acts to provide health monitoring in the home in a kinder and less intrusive manner.
This revised Dinaci system maintains consistency with it’s earlier iteration – revolving around a series of intelligent tools that harness and understand the user’s biological and behavioural trends, utilising ‘big data’ in informing the user’s personal health plan, as well as the wider medical community.
These tools are designed to seamlessly integrate into the dining environment, affording consistent yet unobtrusive health monitoring within the home. In the context of ‘beyond cancer’, Dinaci can be used as a means of monitoring the users’ risk of readmission.