Qiuyi Gu is a service designer.His background includes product design, interaction design, and service design.
Milan Kundera once said that "art achieves its own progress by resisting the progress of the times". We are now living in an era of rapid technological development. How technology can serve the public and contribute to the betterment of our society, individuals, and the environment, this is what he is thinking about as a service designer.
In his view, design is an intrinsic part of cultural, social, ecological, and technological reality. It creates new relations, transformations, and ways of experiencing the world. His passion for design stems from the satisfaction it gives me in creating positive change and improving the human experience. He see design as a process that enables he to gain a new perspective on things and create new opportunities, ideas, and solutions.
As a service designer, his goal is to tackle current and future challenges by fulfilling societal needs and fostering new social connections, and to translate concepts into impactful realities through the design of technology, products, and services.
After Covid-19, attitudes towards bacteria have become more negative. People try to protect themselves by over-cleaning and using medicines to kill germs. But not all bacteria are bad, and many are even good for our health. And this can cause the imbalance of bacteria in our body, which will lead to various diseases.
Therefore, how to maintain the bacterial environment and balance, so as to help everyone form a sustainable relationship with bacteria, then help us improve our health is a difficult problem.
We hope to use Vital Verse to detect users' bacteria and provide reliable and professional bacteria consulting services, so as to supplement users' knowledge of bacteria and build users' trust in bacteria. And then provides users with the required bacteria maintenance products, and gradually builds the user's personal bacteria management system, and finally realizes the bacteria health management service, thereby maintaining the health of the user's bacteria.