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Door Handles as Hand Sanitizers

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Tom Masiero
Tom MasieroHiring@blendahtom · GM of LaunchBit
Great Hunt @UXAndrew
Bret Tobey
Bret Tobey@batobey · CEO, Co-Founder, Carvoyant.com
When hospital Infection Control says jump, even surgeons defer. Putting the solution right at a key transmission point is huge. Clear driver(IC), low cost, metrics, and consumables add up to a solid product opportunity. Even better if the handle material itself was anti-microbial.
Narek Khachatryan
Narek Khachatryan@narekk · Product Designer
@batobey Even better if our hands were anti-microbial :)
Andrew Zusman
Andrew ZusmanHunter@uxandrew · UX Designer
This is the kind of out of the box thinking that I like to see. Limitations but just free enough to be really effective. MAYA Most Advanced Yet Acceptable.
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
I've gotten pretty good at opening doors with my toes.
Rich Gilbert
Rich Gilbert@1richgilbert · Co-Founder, The Agency of Design
Thanks for all the positive comments. We worked on the design of this for altitude medical (http://www.agencyofdesign.co.uk/...). We put a lot of thought into how simple the product and interaction should be. There are a lots of ways to try and tackle hand sanitizing in hospitals but I think our approach of a simple, retrofit product that is 'in the right place at the right time’ was the right approach to go for. There was also a lot of thought on whether you should 'force' behaviours to make people sanitize. Our approach was to make it optional but so easy it should become habitual. Larger trials will be underway soon so we're pretty excited about seeing the results.