Posts tagged North Carolina Biotechnology
Trig Sponsors Hangar6 Advanced Rapid Prototyping Center

Trig is proud to be an early supporter and sponsor of the advanced rapid prototyping center in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, known as Hangar6. The center is an initiative of the First Flight Venture Center, which has a 26-year history of incubating 300+ technology-based startups that have a combined valuation in excess of $7 billion.

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Insights and Ideation

Want to set up a proper foundation for your ideas to succeed? Trig can help you form a resilient structure built out of research. What problem does your product solve? Are your design ideas human-centered? Who wants what you are offering? Don't run yourself ragged with guesswork trying to find out! Trig has you covered with personalized ideation sessions.

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Innovation Coaching

Biomedical Engineering expert Dr. Andrew DiMeo takes us through varying ideas on the innovation process and how Trig utilizes expertise from doctors and engineers alike to address patient needs in the pursuit of improving all future healthcare technology with human-centered design.

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Industrial Design and Development

Trig recognizes that your creations represent who you are as a company and we don't take that responsibility lightly. We have the expertise in human-centered design to create the very best version of any item you can dream up, so long as we don't break any laws of physics.

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Ethan Creasman Promoted to Design and Development Manager

Trig is pleased to announce that industrial designer Ethan Creasman has accepted a promotion to Design and Development Manager. As our firm keeps growing and bringing on new talent in the pursuit of human-centered design, it is important to ensure that proper leadership be appointed to oversee every department of service we offer.

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Industrial Design Matters

“It is of utmost importance for me to ensure life is cherished, and to spend weekdays working on things that really matter, to improve health and happiness for all. And to spend my nights and weekends with loved ones, family, and good friends, enjoying all that life has to offer.” Human-centered design gives us the chance to provide the world with better choices than we had before, every day.

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Iconopoly - A Made-Up Word That Should Exist

Iconopoly: A monopoly derived from creating an iconic brand and/or intellectual property around an iconic product. The term was coined by Trig to describe the unique value of industrial design in creating long term sustainable value for companies. 

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Andrew DiMeo, PhD Joins Trig

First off, for those Biomedical Engineering (BME) rising seniors who enrolled at NC State specifically to take Dr. DiMeo's design course, I apologize. Twelve generations of BME students have taken his Senior Capstone experience to then go out into the world armed with relevant skills as medical innovators. This announcement marks the end of a chapter and the beginning of something special in the world of human-centered design.

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Servant Leadership and the Inverted Pyramid

The inverted pyramid is a way of approaching a company’s organizational chart – a way of thinking about one’s place in the hierarchy – in which the traditional leader, the CEO for example, is on the bottom, not the top.

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Ashley Whitley Promoted to Director of Operations

In less than a year after joining Trig, Ashley Whitley has been elevated to the position of Director of Operations as an expansion of her responsibilities as Project Manager.  She will be accountable for all client services and internal operations at Trig, particularly in holding the line on making sure standard processes are followed, deadlines are met, and client deliverables match expectations.

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Creative Performance Scorecard (Duke and Wentworth)

As part of our philanthropic mission, we regularly teach creative performance principles and workshops in a variety of educational settings. We also use the students as guinea pigs to try out new ideation techniques, with sometimes hilarious results. 

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