Category: Movil-app

Time spent:
Lines of code:
1 day
non-comercial (let's make the breast pump not suck, MIT)

Launch site

The event’s goal in this MIT hackathon was to give the breast pump a much needed makeover—making it more efficient, more affordable and more comfortable for all moms and parties involved.

Our team made a mobile based app that could interact with the breast pump technical capabilities as well as gathering data in order to constantly monitor the mom behavior and provide feedback over her needs, we thought possible to connect a network of proffesionals over the app with the available information making possible for mom's to ask questions and responses directly from professionals in the area.


PD: we won the third prize thanks to Naia Health and we were really happy about it. 


I‘m Fabián Ríos, I graduated as a Media Artist and I got involved in web development from design to coding and crafting elegant user center websites and applications for about 5 years now.

I'm an experienced Front-end developer how know's his way into Ruby on Rails so I can develop interesting functionality and end up presenting great design over quality information.

I live with my beautiful wife my children Samuel (2 years) - Jeronimo (3 months) and my dog in Medellin, Colombia.

This is my portfolio take a look at some of my work.