Mickael Boulay

Mickael Boulay worked as designer at Waag Society.

Mickael graduated in 2012 Cum Laude at the Design Academy in Eindhoven and developed during an internship period at Waag Society and alternative glucose meter for Creative Care Lab. Although his interests are numerous, he decided to invest his skills and energy in relevant purposes, like putting health/care products and services into newer perspectives and closer to people. He won a number of design awards for his product concepts.

Mickael worked on things like interactive objects for the project MeSch and on the self-adjustable prosthesis that was developed at the Fablab.

Blogposts

Posted on:
Monday 02 June 2014

This blog post series tells the on-going process of our 'Measuring Less to Feel More' project, in which we are collaborating with Inreda Diabetic, a Dutch company developing the world first Artificial Pancreas.

Posted on:
Thursday 01 May 2014

It has been a while without an update on ‘Measuring Less to Feel More’, a project that aims at rethinking the care of diabetes. And many things happened!

Posted on:
Wednesday 20 November 2013

To be honest, I had not heard of it before, but 14 November (last Thursday) was actually World Usability Day.

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