Design for Health resources

Design for Health is a group of funders, implementers, and designers committed to increasing the understanding, appropriate use, and value of design as an approach to help global health practitioners achieve even more impact.
The use of design in global health can lead to improvements in current practices and foster the development of innovative solutions. 

Credits: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and United States Agency for International Development’s Center for Innovation and Impact (USAID CII)



•    Balsamiq – Wireframing tool
•    Fluid UI – Tool to prototype mobile apps
•    GIMP – Free alternative to photoshop
•    Prezi – Cloud-based presentations
•    Flinto – Functional mobile app prototypes

Other resources

Other MIT Hacking Medicine resources