The process of choosing this wearable technology came from the rise of modern women’s reproductive health products. Companies like Nurex, Daysy, and The Pill Club are creating user friendly and beautiful products for women. I decided to design a product that would work similar to Daysy, a fertility tracker thermometer. I transitioned the placement of the temperature technology into a daily wearable patch. I then designed packaging that allowed for easy access to a daily patch, and was reusable. I also focused on the gender neutral aspect of my reproductive health product. The final result is Selene, named for the Greek goddess of the moon. Selene discretely sits on your bathroom counter, easily dispensing a daily patch that then refers to a mobile application where your data is clearly visible.
Packaging Design, Advertisement Design