Tag Archive: Traci Farrell

Building Digital Products with Multi-lingual Capabilities: Lessons Learned

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By Svetlana Milter and Traci Farrell. Multi-lingual functionality is essential when creating digital products for diverse populations.

The UCSF SOM Tech recently built a patient-centered virtual community that supports three different languages for Asian Americans newly diagnosed with cancer….
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Donut Skip the Outreach!

A photo of an attendee at UCSF's IT Security Pop-Up Donut event

By Tanya Jansen, Traci Farrell, and Vanessa Palacios. Do you approach change by hitting your users over the head with the same communications strategy? Or do you hit the nail on the head with targeted communication and outreach efforts?

Let’s…
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Product Toolkit Helps Project Teams Keep Value Top of Mind

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By Traci Farrell. In a university setting, custom application development teams can hit roadblocks when project sponsors, designers, and developers have different definitions of success. To try to circumvent this problem, the Design and Discovery team in UCSF School of…
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