awards
March 2018

iF design awards ceremony

On Friday night, our entire team celebrated our 4 iF awards at the iF Awards Ceremony at BMW World in Munich.

Fujitsu's high end work station CELSIUS M770 even turned out to be a gold winner!

To see those amazing results is very rewarding - as only we and our clients know in detail how much effort, time & passion went into the development of the awarded products.

For Radiometer's blood gas analyzer ABL9 we started working 6 years ago, participated in workshops in California, traveled through China doing research in hospitals, leading countless interviews with medical staff and designed the entire product including the GUI and hardware.

The result is expected to become one of Radiometer’s most important products, a blood gas analyzer with uncompromising quality: outstandingly intuitive, easy to use and affordable without compromising on usability, safety and effectiveness.

For Mammut's BarryvoxS we worked closely with our client`s leading international avalanche specialists to maximize the effectiveness of a beacon search. Read more here

Our winner M1 from Modinice  is an all-in-one, flexible and smart PC solution for millions of Windows users. Read more here

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Our gold winner, Fujitsu's CELSIUS M770 is part of a longstanding relationship with our client Fujitsu. The high-end workstation PC has been completely redesigned and reengineered and was awarded for "its excellent build quality, backed by a reliable brand image, its user-friendliness in regard to maintenance and upgrading" (iF Design Award Jury, Gold-Statement)

Read more about Fujitsu`s CELSIUS here

 

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by Katja Brandenbusch
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