I am an award-winning designer whose work focuses on empowering patients, advocating for social wellbeing, and turning research into action. 


Jessica Floeh is an award-winning design researcher who partners with clients to improve patient experiences. She is honored to have received accolades from renown health institutions such as The Mayo Clinic and AARP as well as opportunities to work with talented teams, formerly as Lead Healthcare Experience Designer at Intel.

She has a background in interactive design and digital media, and graduated valedictorian with her MFA in Design and Technology from Parsons The New School For Design. Her innate creativity and decades of living with Type 1 Diabetes launched her on the path toward exploring and improving healthcare experiences through design. She is the founder of Hanky Pancreas, a product line for women using insulin pumps, and her work has been featured on CNNDiabetes Forecast MagazineNPR, among others. Jessica is a St. Louis native, currently based in Baltimore. 

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Jessica frequently exhibits, speaks at conferences, and participates on panels about patient-inclusive design. Contact Jessica to participate in your event »

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