In the beginning of April 2022, we launched a value proposition survey for secondary users, which is available in English, German, Portuguese and Dutch. If you are a psychology professional, consider filling in this anonymous questionnaire which takes less than 10 minutes to complete. You will be helping us understand if Anathema has a viable […]
Anathema will come to the conference of the Design Research Society, held in Bilbao between the 28th of June and the 3rd of July. We will host a one-day, hands-on workshop where we will share with conference attendance some of the materials, methods and lessons learned during our design research process in the project. We […]
Three students from the post-graduate course in Interaction Design, Web and Games at the University of Porto will be working on a design challenge launched by the Anathema project. The students will be exploring how to augment homework exercises in sexual health interventions using digital technology. The outcomes of the students’ work will be known […]
The New York Times (NYT) recently published a piece entitled “The Joy (and Challenges) of Sex After 70” by Maggie Jones, a visiting assistant professor at the University of Pittsburgh. Snippet from the NYT: “Today, Maggie Jones explores the overlooked topic of geriatric sex. Profiling older couples for whom it is still important, she considers […]
Anathema team welcomes Diogo Coutinho, a student from the Masters in Services Engineering and Management at the University of Porto, who will be researching how to design out stigma in the sexual health promotion programme. Stigma is a key factor in technology acceptance. Ignoring it, makes useful technology left unused and health conditions left uncared […]
On March 28, between 3pm and 5pm CET, Anathema will hold an “Ethical Dialogue” session, which will be open to all who wish to attend. The purpose of Ethical Dialogue sessions on the Active Assisted Living Joint Programme is to have different stakeholders discuss the product or service under development, as well as the research […]
KBO-PCOB carried out a second round of workshops with seniors in the community. This time around, there was discussion on the content of the programme, as well as how to best represent anatomical images.
A group of four students from the Polytechnic Institute IPCA, in Portugal, were given the challenge of creating a dashboard and a prototype for one of the Modules in Anathema – all in just one-week-time for a Design Sprint. Congratulations for the wonderful work!
SPRIGS shared with the consortium its first clickable prototype of Anathema built with wireframes. This prototype is the result of several co-design workshops among the whole consortium. The Anathema team spent a significant amount of time just thinking about the first contact of a user with Anathema and how a first time user can feel […]
Anathema was presented at Digicom – International Conference on Design & Digital Communication, hosted by IPCA. The project coordinator presented the design research process that the team has been following, along with preliminary insights and lessons learned. Photo credit: IPCA