Revolutionizing ARDS treatment with digital lung twins. Enhancing survival rates through innovative UX Design.
About the client
Ebenbuild is a German company that is revolutionizing healthcare through innovative computational medical models. Their digital twin technology enables applications that close divides between healthcare and life sciences providing the digital toolset for precise decision-making to clinical users.
⬤ 01. Challenge
Enhancing ARDS Patient Survival Through Innovative Digital Solutions
- 67% of COVID-19 critical care patients develop ARDS
- 1 in 4 mechanically ventilated patients go on to develop ARDS
- around 3 million ARDS patients die very year
⬤ 02. Research
From Observation to Prototype
⬤ 03. The outcomes
A digital concept for Digital Twin lungs loved by healthcare professionals
A concept for a software compatible with various platforms, seamlessly integrating ventilation suggestions and manual simulations into existing workflows of the users. Additionally, we crafted a visual design system tailored for clinical use, focusing on consistency and a clear design.
With the help of the concept, Ebenbuild was recognized as one of Munich’s top ten startups by Top50 Startups, forging partnerships with renowned German universities, and gaining substantial investor interest.
We believe to be a team of creatives who are excited about unique ideas and help digital and fin-tech companies. But structure were from the funny the century rather, initial all the made, have spare.
Grow brands through bold and strategic creative, focused on searching new ways to showcase user content on digital support and envisioning the future arts.
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With more than 16+ years of experience, our team has become a leader in digital design and innovations.
⬤ 03. Mobile Experience
Putting our focus on
changing the way people
think of mobile experience.
"Our cooperation partner at the German University hospital started using the click-through prototype [...] that has helped us accelerate conversations with investors but also with potential cooperation partners in academia and the industry.”