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Thursday, June 24 • 15:00 - 16:00
DHIS2 Design Lab

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In the DHIS2 Design Lab, we explore how we can support and promote user-oriented design and innovation within the DHIS2 ecosystem. With ‘user-oriented design and innovation’, we refer to efforts particularly aimed at building usable and relevant tools that are valuable to the end-users’ (e.g., health workers) practices and needs.
In our session, we will talk a bit about what we do, some of our key findings from the past, and our plans for the future. Particularly, we will look at how three conditions affect the potential for user-oriented design and innovation in DHIS2 implementation projects: 1) affordable design flexibility, 2) implementation-level design practices, and 3) project configuration. Related to the three conditions, we will discuss their implications and how we aim to address them in our ongoing projects.

We are very interested in getting in touch with you if you have experience (positive or negative) with user-oriented design and innovation, DHIS2 web-app development, or the use of agile methods during DHIS2 implementation. If you are interested in sharing your experiences, please submit your email here, and we’ll get in touch with you for a chat!

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Magnus Li

Doctoral Research Fellow, University of Oslo
Researcher, lecturer, and leading the DHIS2 Design Lab at the University of Oslo. In the lab, we are interested in how we can facilitate and promote design and innovation within the DHIS2 ecosystem.

Thursday June 24, 2021 15:00 - 16:00 CEST
Annual Conference Virtual Room 2