Celiac Disease patients of all races, genders, ages, and economic status
Family and friends of patients
Utilize information provided by the Celiac Disease Foundation website and personal experiences as a Celiac patient to decrease the risk of new patients accidentally digesting gluten
Provide information on foods, medicines, and personal care products to avoid
2019 AIGA Flux Student Design Competition: Winner – UX/UI category
Nearly 3 million Americans suffer with Celiac Disease. It is an autoimmune disorder that involves an intense allergy to gluten, a substance generally found in wheat. The disease has become more prominent and recognized in the last decade.
Avoiding Gluten is a phone application designed to provide an easily accessible resource for patients and those around them. The application includes detailed lists of ingredients in food, medication, and personal care products that contain or are cross contaminated with gluten. Patients and loved ones can use the application while shopping to ensure they are truly avoiding gluten.
36 y/o Stay-at-Home-Mom
Status: Married with 3 Children
Education: Bachelor’s Degree
Technology: iPhone, iPad, and Macbook
Teach son how to be safe and avoid gluten
Find information in an underwhelming and comfortable manner
Learn how to create a safe environment for a Celiac Disease patient
Debbie is a stay-at-home mother of three. She runs her household and manages her family's busy schedules. Debbie’s sixteen-year-old son was just diagnosed with Celiac Disease. She is a caring mother and is very concerned for her son’s health. Debbie has tried to use search engines to find ways she can serve her son good, healthy, gluten-free food. However, she always becomes overwhelmed with the vast information out there.