Posts tagged medical devices
Yves Béhar and Medical Device Design that Excites

This divergence from the field of medical device diagnostic devices is important. However, it's hard to get excited about using a boring box, but like a supercar, Juno compels you to interact with it with intense enthusiasm.

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Connie Tran Joins Trig Innovation

Trig, a Chapel Hill, North Carolina-based firm focused on innovation, design, and marketing, announces the addition of Connie Tran to its industrial design team.

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Left to My Own Devices: Epi Pen Design and Auvi-Q

June 6, 2013 - Left to My Own Devices: According to the Centers for Disease Control, food allergies are on the rise.  Just during the three-year period spanning 2009-2011, the country saw a five percent increase in the number of kids under 18 suffering from food allergies.

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Innovation Success and Failure—Meeting Stakeholder Needs

As I navigate different industries while wearing a few different hats—innovation management consultant, industrial designer, and product developer—I try to absorb as much knowledge as I can from the successes and failures I see in the marketplace.  And if there’s one thing that both successes and failures remind me of, it’s the fact that there are no shortcuts in product development.

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SolidWorks Poses Competitive Advantage for Industrial Design

Many industrial design firms working in product development rely on surface modeling to express their creative vision for a product in development. Surface modelers such as Rhino, 3D Studio Max, and Alias StudioTools all have a high degree of usefulness in building complex surfaces.

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Industrial Design: Strategic Context Is Everything—Part One

Industrial Design is the bridge between marketing and engineering. The part we play in the process can make or break a product. We know where we stand and we want to provide excellence for you, our client.

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Innovation in Medical Devices versus Consumer Products

When building practice specialty areas in product design and development, one must take into consideration that different industries require appropriate tailoring of innovation management skill sets.  A case in point is the difference in innovation management approaches when considering the medical device market in relation to consumer products.

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