While volunteering in a local hospital, I've noticed two scenarios:
Children's discomfort during routine medical check-ups
Parents were often ill-equipped to support their child in the clinic
Therefore, down the rabbit hole I went (pun intended), to find a solution by applying design-thinking, product development skills with extensive user interviews, and visitations to manufacturers and hospitals, to bootstrap the vision into fruition. It took 4 years of research and development to create a safe and comprehensive product before launching it in the USA.
Rabbit Ray was borne out of the efforts to move from 1 to 1 (bedside volunteer to each child) to reach 1 to many children by equipping healthcare professionals and parents around the world. If you like Rabbit Ray and Joytingle's vision, please reach out and let me know how you would like to be part of it.
For every child,
Designer of Rabbit Ray,
Founder of Joytingle
The initial sketches by children when Esther sought their opinions on how Rabbit Ray should look like.
An award-winning health-education company, Joytingle’s products are used by leading hospitals across 25 countries.
Our customers include United Kingdom's National Health Service (NHS) with notable hospitals like the Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) and Evelina London Children’s Hospital (which started in 1869, where Florence Nightingale walked through). In the United States of America, clients include Boston Children's Hospital, John Hopkins All Children's Hospital and many more.
In April 2016, Joytingle and Esther's invention (Rabbit Ray) was highlighted in Singapore’s Parliament as an example of “innovation by design” by Deputy Prime Minister, Minister Heng Swee Keat.
For Joytingle's far reaching efforts, Esther was awarded Forbes 30 under 30 in the category of "Healthcare and Technology' and placed on the cover (Forbes Asia, April 2018) as one of five featured honorees.