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Mark AM Kramer - Razorfish Healthware. Düsseldorf, Germany, , DE

Mark AM Kramer Mark AM Kramer

Information Architect | Razorfish Healthware

Düsseldorf, Germany, GERMANY

Nomadic Researcher / Academic / UW Professional

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Biography

Experienced Entrepreneur, University Lecturer, Academic (Nomadic) Researcher actively reflecting upon and covering the intersection between Information and Communication Technologies and their impact on our societies. Currently completing his doctoral thesis on the topic of Crowdsourcing Health Education, at the ICT&S Center for Advanced Studies and Research, of the University of Salzburg, Austria.

Industry Expertise (3)

Design Health Care - Services Education/Learning

Areas of Expertise (3)

UX Epatient Design

Accomplishments (1)

Co-Founder: Mobile Monday - Austria (professional)

2008-01-01

Mobile Monday is a global community of mobile industry visionaries, developers and influential people fostering cooperation and cross-border business development through virtual and live networking events to share ideas, best practices and trends from global markets. Now active in over 70 places around the world. from New York to Tokyo, from Mumbai to Toronto.

Education (3)

Antioch University - McGregor School: Bachelor of Arts, Humanities / Anthropology 1997

World Classics Program (Minor in Anthropology)

Webster University - Vienna, Austria: Masters of Arts, International Relations 2003

University of Salzburg: Doktorat (PhD) Doctor of Philosophy - (Doctoral Candidate), Communications Studies / Social Informatics

Currently writing my thesis.

Affiliations (8)

  • ACM
  • AOIR
  • IAMCR
  • IEEE
  • Long Now
  • MobileHCI
  • razorfish
  • publicis

Event Appearances (1)

Developing Participatory Design Strategies for ePatients

MEDLove 2012  Auditorium Friedrichstraße, Friedrichstraße 180, 10117 Berlin

2012-11-22

Sample Talks (1)

Developing Participatory Design Strategies for ePatients

Presentation argues that Participatory Design Strategies can (and should) be used to help develop "Patient - centric" health-care solutions. Practical design strategies examples, as well as personal anecdotes, were shared during this talk.

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  • Keynote
  • Panelist
  • Workshop Leader
  • Corporate Training

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0 to 500 *Will consider certain engagements for no fee
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