Husky Stadium is set to host the USA Special Olympics Summer Games in July, and some 4,000 athletes will be coming from all 50 states…
Swedish Heart and Vascular is experimenting with Ambient Art® in waiting rooms, and as people are waiting for answers. King 5’s Michelle Lee explains how it works.
On the surface, it may sound like an unusual pairing: A local children’s medical clinic, partnering with a local artist. And not for waiting room decor-but rather for therapy.
Can an app help kids learn to focus, concentrate and even get calm? That’s the premise behind the Catherine Mayer Foundation’s new ‘un-app’ app.
Listen up, game developers and marketers. Catherine Mayer and Dr. Dimitri Christakis have a challenge for you. If you want to pitch an app for kids with the claim that it’s meditative, educational or bestows some other benefit … prove it.
In the heart of downtown, just a few yards from all the day-to-day chaos, artist Catherine Mayer is in her studio, creating a little calm. She is surrounded by her work. But her latest endeavor is less easel and more iPad.
UpTop, a Seattle-based UX design and development company, developed the L.A.U.G.H.® App for The Catherine Mayer Foundation. See how they did it.
The L.A.U.G.H.® App recently completed testing with Seattle Children’s Research Institute. Working with the internationally recognized Dimitri A. Christakis, MD, MPH, Director of the Center for Child Health, Behavior and Development, the team at Children’s conducted evidence-based formative research to support the app’s development. The research team tested a variety of approaches, measuring effects on […]