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  1. kim
    kim June 16, 2011 at 8:13 pm | | Reply

    i think this is a wonderful idea and i know teenagers would love it! if these sorts of things were around when i was a teenage diabetic i bet i would have taken much better care of myself! exciting device!!

  2. Gil DePaula
    Gil DePaula June 17, 2011 at 5:50 am | | Reply

    Emily,
    Congratulations!
    Suggestion: Use eLance.com to hire an iPhone app developer. You post a job request with your budget info, provide the graphics (images and screen shots), a requirements list, and the information about the BG meter you want to interface. Experienced developers and companies from all over the world will bid on the job. You then select the winner based on their cost and/or experience. I’ve seen similar apps and game apps being developed for $2,000 to $4,000 or not much more.
    Good luck!
    Cheers,
    Gil

  3. Kelly Rawlings
    Kelly Rawlings June 17, 2011 at 10:28 am | | Reply

    Congrats, Emily. I think diabetes just may get easier to manage (physically and emotionally) with smart human-computer interaction designers like you in the profession!

  4. Dan
    Dan June 20, 2011 at 10:45 am | | Reply

    Hi Emily

    Excellent work, I may be able to help with developing and testing, as my expertise is software development in a large scale, and with my partner being diabetic type 1 we’re looking to support any projects such as yours.

    Drop me an email if you fancy a chat to see if it could work out.

    Cheers

    Dan

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