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August 4, 2017 Andrew “Skip” and Laurie Skipper

The Skippers discuss neonatal jaundice care with clinical staff at West Demerara Regional Hospital, just outside Georgetown, Guyana. Earlier this year, two friends of D-Rev, Andrew (“Skip”) Skipper and Laurie Skipper, did 10 days of volunteer fieldwork for D-Rev in Guyana, South America. The work that they undertook has led …

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January 26, 2017 Krista Donaldson

Happy New-ish Year since it is almost the end of January! 2016 was a busy year for us. For the first time ever, we have products in active development, launching, and scaling—a full pipeline that represents the entire design life cycle, and as always, all geared towards underserved populations. This …

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November 14, 2016 Krista Donaldson

“Iteration is the name of the game in human-centered design, and though your solution is now nearly ready to get out into the world, you need to keep iterating.” —IDEO.org’s Design Kit Yes, keep iterating! Even—and especially—after your product is out in the world. When we talk about Brilliance at …

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August 5, 2016 Renato Delos Reyes

In the field of prosthetics, it is not unusual to come across stories with unbelievable headlines featuring patients who use technologically advanced prostheses and are able to run, jog, and participate in leisure activities again.

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