Decision Matrices have been around for decades to help engineers and designers make better decisions. Today, the theory is used to assist with all types of decision making to ensure an objective, calculated result is brought to the fore. This is my journey into making an apparent complicated process easier.
Hacking Health is an annual conference that pairs technological innovators with healthcare experts to build realistic, human-centric solutions to front-line healthcare problems. I helped out as a UX/UI Designer during this event and won an award to boot!
This is a followup post to: http://pdx.ca/friendly-letter-to-enflick/ It all started with a visit to the Communitech Job Conference in Waterloo in the late summer of 2012.