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We design products, packaging, disability aids, furniture, services and environments. Our expertise is in accessibility and sustainability, and we involve users with reduced functionality at multiple stages of the design process to track usability problems.
This bottle was designed for Embalator Växjöplast. When it comes to screw cap bottles, any other shape is better than a cylindrical one. This bottle can even be opened with one hand.
We are specialized in designing packaging that is easy to use. Over the years we have coached several companies in how to design packaging that are easy to grip and open, take the desired dose from, close and recycle. We have a big network of users with reduced hand functionality and vision that we work closely together with.
A handbook in design of easy-to-use packaging written by Lena Lorentzen. Currently only available in Swedish, an English version is to be released in the fall of 2020.
You can buy the paperback version in all Swedish bookstores and the e-book here!
An easy to use shelf system for pick and mix candy. Easy to use for costumers as well as the people who refill and clean it. Developed in collaboration with About Design.
Baby carrier that distributes the weight over the back rather than on the shoulders.
An ergonomically designed and temperature compensating battery charger that confirms coupling by sound. Developed in collaboration with Hernek Design.
Ergonomically designed brush set. Developed together with Hernek Design.
Exterior and drivers stand design.
Design of comfortable handle. Developed together with Mekanik Design AB.
A new, user friendly way of securing logs in transport by hand controller.
The strongest and lightest combination timber bunks to date. Contributes to increased road safety as well as a smoother and more profitable transport for the hauliers.
We also designed the stickers.
The lightest aluminium bunks on the market, designed to make it possible to load more timber and make transport more profitable for the hauliers.
We also designed the stickers.
A slip joint plier to open packaging, remove plugs, turn knobs or use in any situation where you need a strong tweezer grip.
An electrical wheelchair developed together with children to catch their needs of freedom, cool design and adjustible positions.
A cost efficient trolley that supports the children's position in a way that safety jerkin is not needed. The handle gives the parent a relaxed, comfortable position of the hands and the trolley is easy to fold for transport or storage.
Supports a variety of grip possibilities.
A "trolley" that allows parents in wheelchairs to bring their baby.
Biopsy gun that should be as easy and safe to use but experienced as disposal item so that it would not be used on several patients due to risk of incontamination.
Aid to handle blister packaging; to open the box, get the blister out of the box, press the pill into a container and take the pill to the mouth.
An office chair with a patented seat that minimizes the strain on the body by the use of different layers of foam in a perfect combination of density and shape.
The back can be adjusted in hight, angle and shape. The armrests are comfortable and easy to adjusted in hight and to fold backwards.
An armchair that can help you to stand up. It can be customized for different levels of advanced support, for example leaning back and an added footrest.
A close collaboration with the users is the key to inclusive service design. By mapping and studying the customer journey, problems can be identified and then solved through a collaborative process.
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