Future Vision of Migrant

Currently there are over 65 million displaced people globally, and while healthcare is a basic human right, the growing number of migrants and refugees is making it increasingly difficult to provide care on the ground.

The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) is the world governing body looking after the welfare of migrants. Working with masters level design students at Trinity College, the University of Limerick, IT Carlow and the National College of Art & Design, Frontend helped IOM to conceptualise a ‘Future Vision for Migrant Healthcare’.

Service Design

Understanding, and mapping, the entire ecosystem (including interdependencies) allowed us to think strategically in identifying the touch points in the migration process where we could add most value.


The Frontend/IOM collaboration was unveiled at ‘DesignFix; Pixels to Policy’, a design symposium in Dublin, Ireland exploring the role of design in addressing the global migration and refugee crisis.

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Would you like to learn more about this project and #Tech4Good generally? Or would you like to donate specialist skills such as design and development to help IOM with their great work? Get involved!

For media: Download IOM/Frontend press pack