Recipes for great design part 4
When it comes to the human body, today’s rapid technological developments can have a dramatic impact on both anatomy and cognition. Just because companies can build products, services and systems faster and cheaper doesn’t mean these solutions are always better for users. This is why we incorporate specific methods into our design process: to ensure that solutions fit the form and abilities of the human body – which leads to more beneficial, functional and delightful experiences.
During London design festival 2017, Form us with love’s ‘prototype’ exhibition acts as a forum for physical ideations, as opposed to finished products. Hosted at Somerset house, in collaboration with electronics company Teenage engineering, design studio Veryday, TID watches, Shift design & strategy, Beckmans college of design, design flooring brand Bolon, and studio Dejawu.
Design industry veteran joins Veryday
We’re happy to welcome Richard Vander Meer to the Veryday New York team as VP Client Development.
Experience prototyping in London
This year we’ve been invited to showcase our behind-the-scenes design process at the London Design Festival, one of the world’s most recognized international design events.
Singapore's Trade and Industry Minister Mr Lim Hng Kiang, is welcoming the application of design thinking and technology, and encourage more Swedish companies to follow the lead of Swedish agency Veryday. The agency is partnering the Design Singapore Council to improve the quality of life of people with disabilities.
Red Dot winners 2017!
We’re proud to announce that Veryday has once again been recognized by the Red Dot Award jury for our people-driven philosophy and high quality design work.
Building the capacity for self-care
Ninety-nine percent of healthcare happens outside the hospital, clinic or pharmacy. It takes place in the homes of the millions of people around the world who self-manage chronic and acute conditions while going about their daily lives. Learning how to cope with a new diagnosis or condition is a challenge that touches on many social, emotional and logistical needs for both patients and their families.