The availability of health-promoting resources for young children diagnosed with cancer who are transitioning from intensive care to everyday life is limited. In the context of designing digital peer support services for children who are considered vulnerable due to clinical and age-related aspects, there are several challenges that put critical requirements on a user-centered design process.
In the CHIPS project, we developed a peer support service called Give Me a Break. One of the articles we wrote received the SIGCHI Award at CHI 2014 (see below).
The app was nominated for Svenska Designpriset 2015.