Matthew Gottschalk, Worrell - Qepler Conferences & Summits

Matthew Gottschalk

Director of Program Development EMEA,
Research & Human Factors,

Worrell,
London, United Kingdom
Worrell - Design for Healthcare

Matt leads Worrell’s London cross-functional project teams to successfully execute complex design projects across geographies. For over five years, he specialized in multifaceted healthcare design programs with a particular focus on user-centricity.

Prior to joining Worrell, Matt worked as a project manager and led the technology innovation program at Boston Scientific. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems Management as well as Supply Chain and Operations Management from the University of Minnesota.

Related Sessions:

Pre-Filled Syringes
Summit 2018

Enhance a fully integrated system approach for developing pre-filled syringes to maintain patient centricity.
  • 31-May-2018
  • Berlin, DE
  • Pharma
Day 2: Friday 01, June 2018
BLOCK: INTEGRATED APPROACH TO PATIENT FRIENDLY DESIGN.
CASE STUDY: Uncover User Needs that can Translate into Design Inputs.

Too often devices are developed with incomplete, biased or unvalidated user inputs—and fail to provide what was truly needed. Using various techniques, we can objectively generate user needs that could be translated into design inputs and get it right the first time. Throughout our talk, we will:

  • Explore case studies using techniques and technologies to uncover essential user insights earlier.
  • Discuss how to customize and scale your research appropriately.
  • Review user needs that change design inputs.
  • Describe how human factors and usability evaluations can be leveraged to fuel your design process as well as meet regulatory requirements.
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