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We design products, packaging, disability aids, furniture, services, and environments.
Our expertise lies within accessibility and sustainability.
To create inclusive solutions, we involve users with reduced functionality at multiple stages of the design process.
This bottle is designed for Embalator Växjöplast. When it comes to screw-cap bottles, any other shape is better than a cylindrical one. You can even open this bottle with one hand.
Our specialization is in designing easy-to-use packaging. Over the years, we have helped several companies design packaging that is easy to grip and open, take the desired dose from, close, and recycle. We have an ongoing close collaboration with a big network of users with reduced hand functionality and vision.
Lena Lorentzen wrote this handbook in the design of easy-to-use packaging. Currently only available in Swedish.
An easy-to-use shelf system for pick and mix candy. Easy to use for customers as well as the people who refill and clean it. We developed it in collaboration with About Design.
This baby carrier distributes the weight over the back rather than on the shoulders.
This ergonomically designed and temperature-compensating battery charger that confirms coupling by sound was created in collaboration with Hernek Design.
A brush set with an ergonomic design, developed in collaboration with Hernek Design.
Exterior and drivers stand design.
Design of comfortable handle developed together with Mekanik Design AB.
A slip joint plier to open packaging, remove plugs, turn knobs or use in any situation where you need a strong tweezer grip.
An electric wheelchair developed together with children to catch their needs of freedom, cool design, and adjustable positions.
This stroller is cost-efficient and designed with features that support the child's positioning to prevent muscle spasms. Children with low muscle tonus, who often have to wear a safety harness in similar situations, can be placed safely using only a waist belt. The stroller's handle provides the parent with a relaxed and comfortable grip, and they can fold the stroller easily for transport or storage.
This stylus supports a variety of grip possibilities.
This "trolley" allows parents in wheelchairs to bring their baby.
This biopsy gun should be easy and safe to use but experienced as a disposal item to not use on several patients due to the risk of contamination.
An aid to handle blister packaging; opening the box, getting the blister out of the box, pressing a pill into a container, and bringing the tablet to the mouth.
This office chair has a patented seat that minimizes the strain on the body by using different layers of foam in a perfect combination of density and shape. One can adjust the back in height, angle, and shape. The armrests can easily be folded back and adjusted in height.
This armchair helps you to stand up. It can be customized to different support levels, for example, the option of leaning back and an added footrest.
Close collaboration with users is the key to inclusive design, also when it comes to designing services. We map and study the customer journey, identify problems and solve them through a collaborative process.
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