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Malaria Meds App

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Transcript of Malaria Meds App

"...because I knew I had to stay healthy to best serve my community."
-Karen, Moz 14
MalariaMeds
LIFETIME
RECENT
STREAK
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
How'd you do?
Dismiss
Save
Testimony
Facts
Cissy
Carlos
David
Meghan
Ghana
Mozambique
Nicaragua
Zambia
Med Options
Doxycycline
Mefloquine
Malarone
CDC Malaria Facts
Locations
Symptoms
Treatment
Preventing Malaria
Reminder
Randomized Quote and picture from testimonies. Clickable to bring you to full testimony.
Lifetime Score displays percentage of meds taken
Recent Score displays percentage of meds taken in last 15 for daily. Last 5 for weekly meds.
Streak show days in a row that meds have been taken.
Testimony
Carlos
Mozambique
Health Volunteer
2005-2007
"For me, taking my Malaria medication wasn't a choice. I knew that I needed to take it for many reasons. I knew that I needed to take it for many reasons. I knew that I needed to take it for many reasons. I knew that I needed
Doxycycline
Clickable pictures bring you to full testimony
Clickable menu brings you to full descriptions
Doxycycline
Edit Delete
Repellant
Edit Delete
Add Reminder
Please log your meds intake.
Later
Ok
Malaria Meds
Reminder
Choose Reminder Type
Alerts
Notes:
Notifications at 5:30 pm to apply repellant/wear protective clothing
Notifications on thursday's before known travel days
Notifications based on your calender
Country Specific malaria information available at: http://www.cdc.gov/malaria/travelers/country_table/a.html
Streak Score instead of trend arrow
Lowest adherence by age group- 22-25
As you get older you become more adhearant
Remember to bring extra meds if traveling this weekend.
Remind me tomorrow
Ok
Malaria Meds
Dusk is when mosquitos are most active. Remember repellant and protective clothing.
Later
Ok
Malaria Meds
Travel Alert
Edit Delete
Med Log
11
days in a row!
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Week of 3/14/2012
Save
Dismiss
Take your Doxy!
Med Log
Edit Delete
92
70
"Although PCMO's provide Volunteers with a lot of written material on prevention, [PCMO's] stated that these materials are rarely used or read by volunteers. "
Using Technology to Influence Behavior
Make it Easy
Track/Visualize
Share with peers
Gamification
14 Days in a row! Thanks for keeping yourself healthy.
Dismiss
Share
Malaria Meds
Remind a friend
Ok
Malaria Meds
Fact: Doxycycline only has a half life of 18-22 hours. In just 3-6 days 98% of the medicine is out of your body.
The Current Situation
The MalariaMeds App
Goals of the App
Make it easier to stay healthy
Provide Accurate Information to help Volunteers make better decisions
Influence the Volunteer Culture
Put it on their phone
Keep it simple
Use proactive alerts
Trusted Sources
Fact Based
Prioritized
Sharing
Positive Peer Influence
Make it about more

A Different Process of Development
Designed and created by the target audience
Design Thinking
Jinzhao Wang
Android Developer
Chenheli Hua
iOS Developer
Kevin Sun
Android Developer
-CDC 11/26/2013
Gamification techniques strive to leverage people's natural desires for competition, achievement, status, self-expression, altruism, and closure.
A core gamification strategy is rewards for players who accomplish desired tasks. Types of rewards include points,[5] achievement badges or levels,[6] the filling of a progress bar,[7] and providing the user with virtual currency.[6]
Competition is another element of games that can be used in gamification. Making the rewards for accomplishing tasks visible to other players or providing leader boards are ways of encouraging players to compete.[8]
Another approach to gamification is to make existing tasks feel more like games.[9] Some techniques used in this approach include adding meaningful choice, onboarding with a tutorial, increasing challenge,[10] and adding narrative.[9]
Empathize
Synthesize
Ideate
Prototype
Revise
92% of Volunteers in Senegal report using a smartphone in their host community.
-2013 Peace Corps Annual Volunteer Survey
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