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Danielle S Cojuangco

from San Francisco, CA
Age ~34

Danielle Cojuangco Phones & Addresses

  • San Francisco, CA
  • Menlo Park, CA
  • Palo Alto, CA
  • Stanford, CA

Work

Company: Proteus digital health, inc Jun 2013 to Sep 2013 Position: Senior interaction designer

Education

Degree: MFA School / High School: California College of the Arts 2010 to 2012 Specialities: Design

Skills

Interaction Design • Design Thinking • Design Strategy • Product Design • User Experience Design • Experience Design • User-centered Design • Visual Design • User Interface Design • Illustrator • User Research • InDesign • Adobe Creative Suite • Rapid Prototyping • User Experience • Industrial Design • Ethnography • Wireframes • Usability Testing • Sketching

Awards

Silver Medalist-Equestrian, 2002 Asian Games, Busan, South Korea

Industries

Design

Resumes

Resumes

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Senior Interaction Designer

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Position:
Senior Interaction Designer at Proteus Digital Health, Inc
Location:
San Francisco, California
Industry:
Design
Work:
Proteus Digital Health, Inc since Jun 2013
Senior Interaction Designer

Proteus Digital Health - Redwood City, CA Jun 2012 - Jun 2013
Interaction Designer

California College of the Arts Sep 2010 - Jun 2012
Graduate Student in Design

Proteus Biomedical, Inc. May 2011 - Aug 2011
User Experience Design Intern

Ariat International Jun 2008 - Jun 2009
Assistant Product Developer
Education:
California College of the Arts 2010 - 2012
MFA, Design
Stanford University 2003 - 2008
BS, Engineering-Product Design
Skills:
Interaction Design
Design Thinking
Design Strategy
Product Design
User Experience Design
Experience Design
User-centered Design
Visual Design
User Interface Design
Illustrator
User Research
InDesign
Adobe Creative Suite
Rapid Prototyping
User Experience
Industrial Design
Ethnography
Wireframes
Usability Testing
Sketching
Honor & Awards:
Silver Medalist-Equestrian, 2002 Asian Games, Busan, South Korea

Publications

Us Patents

Display Screen Portion Having A Graphical User Interface For Patient Monitoring

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US Patent:
D673577, Jan 1, 2013
Filed:
Oct 11, 2011
Appl. No.:
29/403822
Inventors:
Danielle Schulze Cojuangco - San Francisco CA,
Todd Nathan Rinker - Portland OR,
Arna Diana Ionescu - San Francisco CA,
Assignee:
Proteus Digital Health, Inc. - Redwood City CA
International Classification:
1404
US Classification:
D14486

Display Screen Portion Having A Graphical User Interface For Patient Monitoring

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US Patent:
D673578, Jan 1, 2013
Filed:
Oct 11, 2011
Appl. No.:
29/403823
Inventors:
Danielle Schulze Cojuangco - San Francisco CA,
Todd Nathan Rinker - Portland OR,
Arna Diana Ionescu - San Francisco CA,
Assignee:
Proteus Digital Health, Inc. - Redwood City CA
International Classification:
1404
US Classification:
D14486

Display Screen Portion Having A Graphical User Interface For Patient Monitoring

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US Patent:
D673964, Jan 8, 2013
Filed:
Oct 11, 2011
Appl. No.:
29/403821
Inventors:
Danielle Schulze Cojuangco - San Francisco CA,
Todd Nathan Rinker - Portland OR,
Arna Diana Ionescu - San Francisco CA,
Assignee:
Proteus Digital Health, Inc. - Redwood City CA
International Classification:
1404
US Classification:
D14486

Display Screen Portion Having A Graphical User Interface For Patient Monitoring

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US Patent:
D682846, May 21, 2013
Filed:
Oct 11, 2011
Appl. No.:
29/403820
Inventors:
Danielle Schulze Cojuangco - San Francisco CA,
Todd Nathan Rinker - Portland OR,
Arna Diana Ionescu - San Francisco CA,
Assignee:
Proteus Digital Health, Inc. - Redwood City CA
International Classification:
1404
US Classification:
D14485

Footwear With Expandable Entry And Exit Feature

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US Patent:
2010003, Feb 11, 2010
Filed:
Aug 6, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/187163
Inventors:
Russell L. Davis - Danville CA,
Danielle S. Cojuangco - Menlo Park CA,
Assignee:
ARIAT INTERNATIONAL, INC. - Union City CA
International Classification:
A43B 1/00
A43B 21/00
A43B 23/00
US Classification:
36102, 36105, 36 45
Abstract:
Footwear includes a shaft and a shell connected to the shaft. The shaft includes an expandable portion adapted to expand to facilitate ease of entry and exit of a heel of a foot into and out of the shell. The expandable portion is surrounded by a material forming the shaft.

Footwear With Expandable Entry And Exit Feature

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US Patent:
2011025, Oct 20, 2011
Filed:
Jun 23, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/167082
Inventors:
Russell L. Davis - Wynne AR,
Danielle S. Cojuangco - Menlo Park CA,
Assignee:
Ariat International, Inc. - Union City CA
International Classification:
A43B 11/00
A43B 1/14
US Classification:
36 87, 36102
Abstract:
Footwear includes a shaft and a shell connected to the shaft. The shaft includes an expandable portion adapted to expand to facilitate ease of entry and exit of a heel of a foot into and out of the shell. The expandable portion is surrounded by a material forming the shaft.

Apparatus, System, And Method For Managing Adherence To A Regimen

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US Patent:
2013011, May 9, 2013
Filed:
Nov 9, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/292440
Inventors:
Timothy ROBERTSON - Belmont CA,
Gregory Moon - Palo Alto CA,
Arna IONESCU - San Francisco CA,
Yashar Behzadi - San Francisco CA,
David O'Reilly - Palo Alto CA,
Aaron Filner - San Francisco CA,
Erika Karplus - Silverthorne CO,
Danielle Cojuangco - San Francisco CA,
Sara Burgess - Mill Valley CA,
International Classification:
G06F 3/048
US Classification:
715763
Abstract:
A method of managing adherence to a regimen in a subscription based computer implemented healthcare information environment. The method includes receiving at a mobile device information from a receiver that a dose was ingested by a living subject. The method provides wirelessly communicating the information over a wireless network to a backend computer processing system and receiving from the computer at the backend processing system a personal information stream characterizing behavior of the living subject based on the received information over a predetermined period. An apparatus includes an adherence package including a foldable sheet, at least one of blister pack coupled to the foldable sheet, at least one ingestible device associated with a dose, and a perforation provided on the foldable sheet to enable removal of the at the least one blister pack from the foldable sheet by tearing along the perforation.
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