Category Archives: Health
By STT | Published: February 23, 2010
Recently a lot of the social innovations we have highlighted have been product based – usually somethig kind of fun and quirky – so heres something serious and service based – Patient Opinion is relevant cos you can get stuck in – you can bitch and moan about the NHS or even make helpful suggestions [...]
By STT | Published: February 11, 2010
The Future Well are a design and innovation consulting firm for health and happiness (they also have a cracking logo) – whats not to like! spotted – www.swiss-miss.com
By STT | Published: January 20, 2010
Remember kids – Were not here for a long time were here for a good time! You can now check out when youll check out thanks to The Death Clock “mwa ha ha ha ha!”
By STT | Published: January 12, 2010
“The fun social app that keeps tabs on you and your friends drinking habits” www.youboozeyoulooze.com
By STT | Published: November 26, 2009
Marjan Kooroshnia has taken swine flu as one of her inspirations behind her smart range of smart colour-changing – smart texile – smart masks Spotted on www.notcot.org
By STT | Published: November 11, 2009
Its called The Good Gym cos instead of just running about going nowhere – you actually run round to someones house – say hello and help them out.
By STT | Published: October 12, 2009
Piano Stairs is part of “The Fun Theory” project run by Volkswagen. Street art and behavioural psychology come together to sell cars.. and get more people active.
By admin | Published: August 16, 2009
What do you call an ambulance made of wood? ..a Bambulance!
By admin | Published: June 13, 2009
Bike Week runs from 13 – 21 June. Over 100 years ago a top of the range bike could cost you 50% of your annual salary. All the early adopters were therefore of the upper economic class and were generally better educated, usually in the arts and sciences.
By admin | Published: May 26, 2009
Two professors and a student from Yale University turned an interesting theory into a very successful project. Economics professor Dean Karlan, law professor Ian Ayres and management student Jordan Goldberg now run stickk.com. The idea being that if you enter into a commitment contract then you have more chance of getting things done. you can read [...]