Lisanne Skeoch has a vision for jewellery and wearables in our future that is both functional and fashionable. She went outside her comfort zone as a first time researcher at George Brown College and created something with her team that is new, innovative, fun and useful. Her premier research assignment at George Brown was working with RoweBots, testing and developing modular technology for smart jewellery.
uCarenet was in development of a mobile care management application to help medical service providers track and report on the health status of their elderly clients. The management tool required a more comprehensive design study to enhance its usability, and needed to consider privacy and accessibility. George Brown College worked on both brand guidelines and the mobile design, based on uCarenet’s vision of functionality and usability. Following regular project reviews and inputs by both teams the design of the Care Management App was fully realized making innovative strides in the home care mobile space.
As global urbanization increases it becomes more urgent for cities of the future to re-invent themselves as Sustainable Cities. This is specifically relevant for an edge city such as Markham, located in Ontario.
Tridel is Canada’s largest builder of condominiums. Tridel is committed to building towers that are healthy and significantly reduce energy and water usage. As part of their effort to incorporate green technologies in their new projects. The Tridel Towerlabs team was created.