Thanks, Amanda. We did multiple prototyping with our users in Uganda and found that they liked the idea of taking the picture with their child. The photo album has pictorial information and is not text heavy (so easy to understand for all). We have created an easy to understand pictorial information booklet for our users which also is a photo album.
Thanks, Connie. Yes, you summarized our idea really. We are turning the photo album- something we never misplace or loose into a record keeping and information booklet. During our user-testing, we found that keeping the pictorial information works well and photos are good conversation starter. Thanks for your comment
Thanks Annie. All the user-testing we did so far show that caregivers are really excited about having a photo of their babies taken at the clinic. The album we proposed also acts as a boundary object to start a conversation around immunization. We hope that once a few caregivers have a positive experience at the clinic they will talk to other caregivers and the photo at the clinic will help to reinforce the idea. Also the fact that the baby will have a healthy growth over the course of the immunization will help health workers to ward off myths and misinformation. Thanks for writing to us