Immunity Touch is a vaccination device designed for remote locations. The device is designed to dispense nano-patches, a vaccine delivery technology that is currently being researched at the University of Queensland. The nano-patch contains micro-needles that are coated with a powder vaccine. The device houses and holds 100 nano-patches. The product is made out of paper pulp and the functioning mechanisms are all made out of PLA plastic, making the whole product biodegradable. The paper-pulp material is also very low in cost, ensuring the device is cheap to manufacture. Overall, through the use of product design and science, the device aims to solves some of the key issues found in today’s immunisation routines.