EcoChyll™ X1 Rotational Evaporator

Ecodyst, the innovative leader and creator of the next generation of rotary evaporators, approached us looking for a redesign to their existing X1 prototype. The redesign included an updated look and increased functionality for the evaporator as well a new look for their brand. Our team developed a set of brand standards to maintain consistency amongst their products. We then used their new brand standards to overhaul their online presence.

Carotid Stenotic Sensor Array

The Carotid Stenotic Scan (CSS) is a diagnostic tool designed to detect and measure carotid narrowing for the purpose of identifying patients at risk for Ischemic Stroke. The device is non-emissive, non-invasive, does not require a certified technician, and testing can be conducted in only a few minutes.

Our industrial and graphic design teams collaborated to improve the usability and aesthetic of the sensory array, device dock and transport cart, and the graphic user interface.

CleanSweep™ Demo Displays

Teleflex™, a leading global provider of medical technologies for critical care and surgery, trusted our team to help introduce their CleanSweep™ Closed Suction System.

We helped them develop a demonstration unit for their innovative tracheal catheter which helps maintain an unobstructed airway for intubated patients.

We designed and fabricated human-scale trade event displays that helped their sales teams illustrate the proper use and benefits of the product.

iON™ Surgical Positioning System

The iON standardizes arm adduction processes, providing full support and ready anesthesia access and protection to IV’s, SPO2 probes, and invasive/non-invasive blood pressure monitoring.

In the case of an obese patient, the device provides secure retention of the arms in order to eliminate the risk of unintended positional changes during transport and critical procedures.

Autofill Syringe for Buffered Anesthetic

We designed the Anutra syringe and autofill system to deliver buffered lidocaine and articaine to dental patients safely and reliably.

Haptic and audible feedback, makes it easier for dentists to feel and hear a light “click” at each milliliter increment, improving accuracy of dosing and speed of drug administration.