"Compliance" suggests a sort of negative attitude, but what does it actually mean in a medical context? In truth, "medical compliance" is not typically solely forcing people to take their medication. It has a much broader application. It's about allowing people to make their own informed decisions, and we're focusing on making that a more interesting and enjoyable experience. As the autonomy of disabled people is continuously stripped and ableism on an institutional level enforced, this concept is becoming more and more important. Our overall goal as a studio and as individuals is to find an innovative way to enable and empower our users, so they can achieve something they couldn't before.
We began with this exercise of attempting to list the food we had eaten from the last four days. This let us get an idea of how aware we were of what we eat, what might prevent us from not being careless, and started to stir some potential brainstorming ideas.