Tina Park (MDP ‘06) is a partner at Diagram and also teaches thesis in The School of Visual Arts’ masters program, Design for Social Innovation. Previously Tina helped found the design research team at Johnson & Johnson’s Global Strategic Design Office. She has also held a research posts at Stanford University Hospital working on Project Health Design a grant funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and with the Palo Alto Medical Foundation on Diabetes management. Her efforts ensure the voice of the patient is heard, ultimately improving quality of life and health outcomes. Her work has been published in several journals including “Personal and Ubiquitous Computing” and the “Journal for Biomedical Informatics”. Tina holds a B.F.A. from Pratt Institute in graphic design and an M.F.A. from Art Center College of Design, where her thesis involved using objects as storytelling devices and creating environments as interface.
Miya Osaki (MDP ‘07) is a partner at Diagram. From 2007-12, Miya was Director of Experience Design at Johnson & Johnson’s Global Strategic Design Office in New York City, where she developed innovative solutions that support patients with chronic conditions such as diabetes, Alzheimer’s, cardiovascular, and chronic pain. Miya received a Red Dot design award and patents for her work. In 2006, she received a Designmatters Fellowship with UNICEF working on the One Laptop Per Child initiative. She taught at Art Center’s Media Design Program on designing technologies for the developing world. Miya is also the co-founder of the Salon Speaker Series, inspiring thinking and practices that bridge design, science and art. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.
For more information about Miya and Tina’s work, visit: http://diagramoffice.com
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