Sicamp - Bubble project presentation

309287088ccfe196428a5dbe2b051c48?s=47 Aaron Bassett
September 16, 2011

Sicamp - Bubble project presentation

Our final product presentation from the 2011 Sicamp Scotland. Bubble was a mobile app which tracked how often you communicated with your friends/family and would trigger notifications if you started to drift too far away


Aaron Bassett

September 16, 2011


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  2. The Social Problem.

  3. Women without close friends are four times more likely to

    die than those with 10 or more *2006 study of women with breast cancer
  4. I don’t want to experience this alone Life changes: Physical

    or mental illness Moving to a new community Attending a conference (like SI Camp)
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  7. Paula’s Story Living with Breast Cancer

  8. Many bubbles, many markets, multiple opportunities

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  12. Revenue streams Open source core available for free Bespoke /

    Branded versions Hosted bubbles (subscription or ads)
  13. Whats next?

  14. I can see very quickly how Bubble could be used

    to increase and protect wellbeing. From applications in the self-management of long term physical or mental health problems, or addressing barriers such as shyness and low self esteem, Bubble could fit Chris O’Sullivan - Chair, Action on Depression