Lilian Zhaotong Chen

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A fashionable way of glucose monitoring

Diabetes has turned into a global pandemic. It is important that we educate ourselves about the disease, to know about its effect on the body and how to prevent onset. However, glucose monitors that are out on the market use an invasive method to examine the blood sugar level.

Design Goal

I hope my design can help people make rational changes in their behaviour, enabling them to make better food choices and easily visualize their glucose levels. Additionally, my design should facilitate the management of diabetes, allowing users to lead a life that is as close to normal as possible.


Design concept

The design has two parts, one is a wearable ring and the other is a mobile application. The wearable ring will vibrate and send notifications to the user. Glucose data and food information will be available on mobile interfaces. Some settings of visuals like the colour of the LED lights and vibration levels are also adjustable from the mobile end.

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Usage Scenarios

Here are the occasions where users get to use my design.

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Hello! I’m Lilian Zhaotong Chen

I’m a student UX/UI designer who graduated with a bachelor’s degree at Emily Carr University located in Vancouver, BC. I bring creative problem-solving approaches to create products and experiences people love to use. Persistence, curiosity and obsessive attention to detail define me. I empathize with the people who use products, listen to stakeholders and form meaningful design solutions.

My design practice combines design thinking, user research and experience strategy, all with a relentless focus on the user. I am always passionate about exploring more human-centred issues.

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