In the media
Not here and now, or there and then – but all the time, everywhere. (Swedish)
"Innovation must be a constant and ongoing process across the entire company". Our VP of Customer Experience, Stefan Moritz, is interviewed by Paper Magazine.
Ikea’s New Bike Is Designed To Take On Cars—And, Yes, It Packs Flat In A Box
Veryday's Director of Industrial Design, Oskar Juhlin, is interviewed by online publication Fast Company on the making of the IKEA bike SLADDA.
SLADDA – the new and smart bike by IKEA
Swedish newspaper Expressen writes that "SLADDA is a unisex bike, with customized accessories made for the urban lifestyle/.../created by Oskar Juhlin, Jan Puranen and Kristian Eke from Veryday Designstudio".
IKEA to launch their first bicycle – and yes, it’s flat-pack
"Made in partnership with Veryday, a design studio whose clients range from Swedish supercar maker Koenigsegg to Scandi-stroller firm BabyBjörn, the new unisex bicycle will be available in one colour, two sizes, and have a host of customisable add-ons and extras."
IKEA is About to Launch a Chainless Urban-Friendly Bike
"Swedish furniture giant IKEA has announced plans to start selling a chain-less bike designed to fit an urban lifestyle. The unisex bike, named Sladda, was created by global design consultancy Veryday, and is tailored to be as low-maintenance as possible", writes online publication Highsnobiety, covering forthcoming trends and news in fashion.
IKEA has designed its First “Urban Lifestyle” Bike
Brit + Co
DIY & Lifestyle online publication Brit + Co writes about how "cycling gals, excercise-lovers and and anyone who is interested in stylish transportation" soon will be able to ride a bike "IKEA-style". Veryday's Director of Industrial Design, Oskar Juhlin, is quoted likening the bike to a "tablet with apps - you can add endless accessories to enhance the ease of use."
IKEA is Rolling Out a Low-Maintenance Urban Bicycle This Summer
The voice of Urban Bicycle Lifestyle, Momentum Magazine, writes that the SLADDA bike "is a uni-sex bike with customized accessories designed to fit an urban life".
Ikea Will Offer Sleek Lightweight Bike This Summer
"Sladda, the lightweight, aluminum-frame unisex bicycle is built to wind along city streets in style. Designers from Swedish studio Veryday collaborated with Ikea on the bicycle's clean-lined design and its accessories, which include a trolley on wheels that rolls behind the bike, a rack, and a basket."
IKEA to launch low-maintenance SLADDA bicycle for urban riders
Popular and influential architechture and design magazine and online publication Dezeen Magazine writes the following about the IKEA bike SLADDA. "Swedish furniture giant Ikea is set to release a lightweight bicycle tailored for city environments, designed with a rust-free belt to replace the traditional bike chain/.../The model features a matte grey frame, and was created by Oskar Juhlin, Jan Puranen and Kristian Eke from Swedish studio Veryday Design."
IKEA’s bike SLADDA receives the Red Dot Design Award
The SLADDA bike by IKEA will be released in august, 2016. SLADDA has already received an award for best product design in the Red Dot Design Award - one of the world's largest design competitions . It also has been named " Best of the Best " category groundbreaking design in the competition.
IKEA may not have won SXSW’s Innovation Award, but it’s the most accessible tech there
The Next Web
The IKEA Wireless Charging Furniture is featured in the online publication The Next Web. "Drones are fun. Earphones are cool. But maintaining a charge on our phone is a universal problem that nearly every modern human face."
IKEA’s Wireless Charging Furniture Makes Technology More Accessible
Veryday's VP of Design, Diana Africano Clark, was interviewed by Real Simple on the IKEA Wireless Charging Furniture making technology more accessible. No longer a future vision or something you only experience in Sci-Fi movies, the wireless charging collection is a reality ready to be experienced.
Internet of Things enhances business – three tips for succeeding
Sune Kaae, Director of Technology at Veryday, shares his advice on how to best succeed with Internet of Things - in Swedish online publication InternetWorld.
He will bring the IKEA design into the digital world (Swedish)
The internationally recognized innovator Sune Kaae leaves Great Works for design and innovation consultancy Veryday.
Algorithms and the (Incomplete) Stories They Tell Us
The stories algorithms provide must be designed to create true value for people, or we miss the great potential of IoT and the data it provides.
Top innovator joins Veryday (Swedish)
The multi award-winning design agency Veryday has recruited the internationally recognized innovator Sune Kaae from Great Works.
The Top UX Predictions for 2016
This article presents our UX predictions for the coming year. Will there be an increased focus on mobile? Will experiences be more tailored to the individual user? Will the UX we’re familiar with change so dramatically that we’ll have to call it something else altogether?
New flight departure system resulting in heavily decreased amounts of CO2 emissions (Swedish)
The new Departure Sequencing Tool used by air traffic controllers at Stockholm’s Arlanda Airport, has greatly improved the efficiency of planning aircraft departures resulting in heavily decreased amounts of CO2 emissions.
Internet of things – the role of consumers electronics in people’s everyday life (Russian)
Russian magazine Art Electronics interviewed Lennart Andersson, Director Interaction Design and Design Strategist on Veryday's view on the role of consumer electronics in people's everyday life and the future perspectives on Internet of things.
Stockholm subway get total makeover (Swedish)
96 new cars for the Stockholm metro system will be released in 2017. Bombardier, Veryday, SL (the Stockholm Transport Authority), and I-Design all worked towards the same goals; to make the metro accessible to all and also feel stylish, reliable and comfortable enough to convince drivers to take the metro instead.
Close to the users (German)
Veryday was interviewed for the "Usability" issue of German magazine design report. The article discusses how design studios and agencies integrate user tests and evaluations in the development of products and interfaces.
Customer Loyalty (podcast is in Swedish)
In this podcast Thomas Nilsson, VP People Insight is interviewed on customer loyalty.
The psychosocial health of patients should be given greater consideration in cancer care (Swedish)
Personalized healthcare means that increasingly responsibility is placed on the patient, but we must not forget that some patients are better than others at taking responsibility, a person’s underlying personality plays a key role here, writes John Magnus Roos, doctor of psychology and design researcher at the Veryday.
Psychosocial influences on cancer (Swedish)
The psychosocial health of patients should be given greater consideration in cancer care, says John Magnus Roos doctor of psychology and design researcher at the Veryday.
The next generation marker pen
Art company Winsor & Newton is set to release “revolutionary” new marker pens that can create works that won’t fade for 100 years. The pen’s form has been created by Veryday.
Scandinavian metro design twists
Transportation for an open Stockholm. With the help of Veryday, Bombardier won the pitch to supply 96 new cars to the Stockholm metro system’s red line.
Extroverted people are more active on the Internet (Swedish)
According to a new Swedish study of Swedish people's Internet usage extroverts are more active than introverts online.
Succesful pop up libraries in Stockholm (Swedish)
Veryday and Stockholm Public Library are creating Pop up-libraries in Stockholm, to prevent the growing gap between those who read and those who do not read.
The Circle of Winners
Every organisation should take a step back and look at how they define value: where it is created and for whom. There is a great chance that they may discover massive opportunities that have previously been overlooked. The ‘Circle of Winners’ serves as an approach for doing just that.
In the future, waiting rooms will be a completely different experience (Swedish)
In the future, the hospital waiting rooms will be a completely different experience. But that is still far away.
“…this amazing creative zone in the forest”
Our User Experience Designer Desmond Wong is interviewed about Veryday and our neighboring rooster by The Local magazine.
Business Reflex podcast (Swedish)
The podcast Business Reflex did an episode on the four cornerstones of Service Design, featuring Veryday's Malin Orebäck.
Veryday: People-Driven Innovation
Art and Design 艺术与设计
Read the interview with our CEO Krister Torssell in Chinese lifestyle magazine Art and Design 艺术与设计
The top UX predictions for 2015
Anders Arnquist from Veryday gives his opinion on the changes we'll see next year. He hopes for a Deeper Integration of Digital and Physical Experiences.
Swedish talent showcased in Hong Kong’s Business of Design Week
South China Morning Post
"A key to our success is that we focus on users and stakeholders and at the same time look holistically at the situation. You get much better information and make decisions faster because you engage everyone at the same time." says Krister Torssell, the chief executive of Sweden's leading design and innovation agency Veryday.
Showing Swedish design in Hong Kong (Swedish)
Among the Swedish design companies present at Business of Design Week in Hong Kong are giants such as Ankarsrum, Electrolux, IKEA, Scania, Sweco and Volvo. Other participants include Veryday, a design agency that received the design world's Nobel prize in Milan this year.
Design stars from Adidas to Apple celebrated at the red dot Award
The audience was particularly impressed by the performance of Veryday, the Red Dot: Design Team of the Year 2014. They presented the milestones of their company history in a striking show.
Red Dot Award Gala: The Design World Records celebrated (German)
What particularly impressed the audience was the Veryday's performance, "Red Dot: Design Team of the Year 2014", which presented the milestones of his 45-year history in a striking show: the "Baby Björn" -Baby carrier, the world's first computer with a separate keyboard, the SAS coffee pot and the "Koenigsegg sports car"
“Hacking” for better healthcare (Swedish)
"This cooperation creates real benefits for the end users" Eva Ekerlund
MEDdesign: The User-Driven Transformation of Health Care
Medical Device Summit
In order for the future of health care to be truly responsive, strategic, and sustainable, however, it is imperative that we frame the discussion holistically.
Bring your kids along
When Thule decided to design their first child bike seat, they turned to Veryday, with a request for a design that would exceed all expectations, especially in terms of comfort and safety.
Red Dot Names Veryday Design Team of the Year
Red Dot has recently named Veryday the "Red Dot: Design Team of the Year." Since 1988, the Red Dot Design Award has presented this honorary title to international design teams whose work is continually characterized by innovative achievements in the field.
Swedish triumph gave flying start in Milan (Swedish)
Dagens Nyheter - Kultur
Veryday is the first Swedish company receiving the prestigious design award Red Dot Design Team of the Year.
Veryday gets a Red Dot (Swedish)
Veryday has become the first Swedish company to get the design world's Nobel Prize, and join the ranks Apple, Adidas and Porsche.
First Swedish Company Wins Red Dot: Design Team of the Year 2014
Interiors & Sources
Veryday’s 45-year success story honored with award
Veryday is Design Team of the Year
“Although we have received over 220 design awards throughout the years, this title is by far the highest distinction in the design world."
Prestigious design award to a Stockholm-based company (Swedish)
The prize was established in 1988 and has previously been awarded to companies like Apple, Porsche, BMW and Adidas.
Swedish design success in Milan (Swedish)
The Government of Sweden
"Swedish Minister for Trade Ewa Björling congratulates Veryday and concluded that Swedish design industry has many talented individuals and companies that achieve great success outside of Sweden."
Veryday wins the Red Dot Design Award (Italian)
On Wednesday, in the heart of Brera Design District, the winner of the Red Dot: Design Team of the Year award 'was announced.
The most prestigiousprice in the design world goes to Sweden (Swedish)
Dagens Nyheter - Kultur
"The greatest recognition our user-driven ways of working can get. We end up in the design world 'hall of fame'", commented Marcus Heneen, Industrial Designer at Veryday.
Red Dot Design Award to Swedish Veryday (Swedish)
For the first time the prestigious "Red Dot Award: Design Team of the Year" goes to a Swedish company.
Red Dot Design Award: Design Team of the year
45-year success story honoured – Veryday is Red Dot: Design Team of the Year 2014
First Swedish company to win Red Dot: Design Team of the Year 2014
In 2014, the highest honorary title of the Red Dot Award goes to a design studio more than worthy, and whose incredible product solutions you all know. I am happy to announce that Veryday is the new Red Dot: Design Team of the Year', said Prof. Dr. Peter Zec.
Veryday receives design world’s most prestigious award “Red Dot: Design Team of the Year.”
Veryday now joins the list of winners, which in recent years has included Adidas, Apple, BMW, Bose, Frogdesign, Sony, Grohe, Pininfarina, Porsche and other renowned companies.
Red Dot: Veryday awarded the Design Team of the Year 2014 (German)
For the first time the Red Dot Award: Design Team of the Year goes to Sweden and the company Veryday.
Veryday Named Red Dot Design Team of the Year
Office News Wire
It honors a corporate strategy “by which innovative quality products sustainably influence business success.”
Red Dot Award 2014: Design Team of the Year
Markt in grün
Das schwedische Unternehmen Veryday ist Red Dot: Design Team of the Year 2014.
On Design Ambition
"As contrary as it sounds, in 2014 designers should be more ambitious and less worried about being socially responsible. That way, we will all get to benefit more from their efforts".
The Top UX Trends of 2013
Veryday's Director Interaction Design Lennart Andersson is one of the contributors for UX Magazines year-end retrospective articles. Read his discussion of the Internet of Things along with context-aware computing, Pinterestization, good old flat design and more.
Designers gives their point of view on IOS 7
CAP & Design
Veryday's Interaction Designer Lennart Andersson gives his point of view on IOS 7.
The November chair featured in Curve's Materials story.
Introverted people prefer driving Volvo
Expressen writes about the findings of the psychological study on personality and choice of car made by Design Psychologist Magnus Roos (in Swedish).
Show me your car and I can tell who you are
Veryday’s Researcher Magnus Roos is interviewed in the Swedish Radio P4 on his research study on car brand, gender and personality (in Swedish).
Personality affect the choice of car brand
An article about the research study on car brand, gender and personality made by Magnus Roos, Design Psychologist at Veryday (in Swedish).
Designing Connected Health Services
Medical Device Summit
What are the questions you should ask yourself, your colleagues, your customers and your networks to be at the forefront of the Connected Health transformation? Veryday's Director of Service Design Stefan Moritz and Creative Director Montana Cherney sorts out the Connected Health Services in this MED Design blog.
What your car says about your personality
Magnus Roos, Design Psychologist at Veryday, presenting his research study on car brand, gender and personality in Dexigner. The results of the study indicate that personality has a certain impact on people’s choice of car brand. For instance it has been found that women who drive BMWs are more impulsive and that agreeable individuals seem to prefer a Japanese brand, such as Toyota or Nissan.
Purpose-Driven Research as Key to Successful Service Design
Stefan Moritz and Marcus Gabrielsson shares useful service design research methods from Veryday that efficiently helps you figure out what your users want. Read the article in the no. 5 issue of the service design magazine Touchpoint.
Who should you believe when it comes to trend forecasting?
Veryday’s Researcher Magnus Roos is interviewed in an article about trend forecasting in the Swedish magazine Rum. Read about what really happens when you consume and how long- and short- term forecasters can use this knowledge to create more sustainable shopping experiences (in Swedish).
Guide to insight generation and customer stories
Veryday’s Design Strategist Marcus Gabrielsson describes the keys to true innovation and a successful user experience. Read more about his ground rules in Kolding Design School’s publication Nudge International Design Camp.
Svenska Spel use service design to improve customer experience
Dagens Industri (Design Special)
Mattias Eriksson, Head of Business Development at Svenska Spel, is interviewed in a design special in Dagens Industri. Read about their recent project together with Veryday that has resulted in a new user-centered approach through service design (in Swedish).
Veryday have created a digital scrapbook for the new ABBA museum
CAP & Design
To the opening of the new ABBA museum in Stockholm, Veryday have created the app "Gunnars Scrapbook" that presents press clips of the pop band.
Service design is the new black (Swedish)
The increasing importance of using design as driver for business innovation and growth is featured in Veckans Affärer. Veryday’s David Crafoord and Stefan Moritz explain the win-win situation that can be achieved by investing in design.
Swedes + Design : function, aesthetics, and affordability
The chair November in online trend magazine David Report on Scandinavian design and Nordic tradition.
Scholarship holder with confidence (Swedish)
An interview with Anna Bäck, VP client projects at Veryday, who assigned a MBA scholarship.
Design for all
The April issue of the Italian Design and Architecture magazine, Ottagono, was devoted to Design for all. Veryday´s design Niox Mino for Aerocrine and the easy-to-use mobile devices for Doro are among the examples.
We have to consider the human factor (Swedish)
CAP & Design
Veryday's Interaction Designer Lennart Andersson is interviewed about the challenging development of smart phones, in which a user-centered model is the key.
Improving Care through Connectivity and Collaboration
Medical Device Summit
An interesting conversation between Mayo Clinic's David Rosenman and Veryday´s Montana Cherney on connected care solutions that have dramatically changed the lives of millions.
Innovate by understanding customer emotions (Swedish)
Our emotions dictate our actions and reactions to products, services and brands. And by understanding emotions you can find out what people really want and design the most compelling consumer experience possible.
The November Chair by Veryday
The Method Case
Read the story about the making of the November chair. Björn Jakobson, the founder of BabyBjörn, approached Veryday only eight months prior to the opening of the art center, with the request to design a chair with the potential of becoming a furniture classic.
Svenska Spel selects Veryday again (Swedish)
Svenska Spel has procured new design agency to help with service design. The choice fell on Veryday, who also previously was the company's supplier.
November chair by Veryday
Swedish design consultancy Veryday picked up a Gold Award at the iF Design Awards last week for this wooden chair created for an art and design centre in Stockholm.
Office chair with a focus on performance
Scandinavian Business Seating showed its new office chair RH Mereo at the Stockholm Furniture Fair. The chair was designed in collaboration with Veryday.
Office chair designed for performance
Scandinavian Business Seating displayed their new office chair collection RH Mereo at the Stockholm Furniture Fair. The chair was designed in collaboration with Veryday.
Prize awarded chair
Veryday has been assigned gold in the international competition IF Design Awards for their chair November.
Veryday Wins iF Gold Award 2013 for November
Veryday has recently received a Gold 2013 iF Design Award for the chair November. The chair, designed for Artipelag, the highly acclaimed new art and design center in Stockholm's Archipelago, is a beautifully crafted chair made entirely out of wood.
The chair November wins design award (Swedish)
Business travel magazine writes about the iF Gold to November.
See you any Veryday (Swedish)
The design magazine Form writes about the name change from Ergonomidesign to Veryday.
The back becomes the front (Swedish)
Veryday designers Emmy Larsson and Peter Ejvinsson are interviewed on the making of the chair November, designed for the new Art & Design center, The Artipelag.
Design Award for innovative smartphone for Seniors (Swedish)
Veryday and Doro has been awarded the prestigious international design award, iF Product Design Award for the design of the first smart phone designed especially for seniors.
Hidden Problems Because of Personality Traits
Medical Device Summit
Designing for better emotional experiences of medical devices or services, puts a new set of demands on the designer. Thomas Nilsson Director of Human Factors and Design Research at Veryday, shares his vast experience from years of work in consumer insight projects.
Ergonomidesign renamed Veryday
CAP & Design
Fredrik Hurtig, Head of Corporate Visual Identity is interviewed in CAP & Design about the name change process.
Design Consultancy Ergonomidesign is now Veryday
Medical Device Summit
Specialists in people-driven design and innovation have changed their name to reflect its entire business, moving beyond just ergonomics and design.
Ergonomidesign Changes Name to Veryday
Ergonomidesign Changes Name to Veryday
How Organic Development Generates Serendipitous Experiences
Interaction Designer Anders Arnqvist gives his point of view on the Windows 8 platform and how it is a good example of how we are transitioning into a new level of integrated and convenient service experiences.
Interview with Ellen Wheatley, researcher and ergonomist at Veryday
TV 4 Nyhetsmorgon
Ellen Wheatley, researcher and ergonomist at Veryday gives her point of view on smartphone use for children.
Creators we like
CAP & Design
Fernanda Barbato, Visual Interaction Designer at Veryday, shares portfolio cases for the readers of CAP & Design.
Design as the link between technology and users. (Swedish)
To the Swedish Veryday (previously Ergonomidesign) a world leading and internationally awarded design consultancy, design is so much more than form giving and aesthetics. Design plays a central part in the innovation process, and connects technology with the needs and demands of end users.
Slightly flattened but mobile (Swedish)
Niklas Wolkert digital design strategist gives his point of view on thinner technology gadgets.
Time to make apps for Windows 8. (Swedish)
CAP & Design
Interview with Anders Arnqvist at Veryday (previously Ergonomidesign) about the golden opportunity for app developers, news about Windows 8 and "YouTube dads"...
Trendsetter Björn Jakobson
Our designers Peter Ejvinsson and Emmy Larsson has been working together with Björn Jakobson, the founder of Babybjörn, in the design and the development of a new chair for the recently opened art gallery Artipelag in Stockholm.
World leading Design (Swedish)
The local newspaper Bromma Paper visited Veryday (previously Ergonomidesign) for an extended interview with industrial designer and co-owner Peter Ejvinsson and his colleague Emmy Larsson.
Watch Veryday on TV: Idéfabriken SVT, part 3: Design (Sw.)
Veryday teaching young students about innovation. Three teams of young entrepreneurs visit Veryday to learn from the experts about design, functionality, sustainability, branding, materials and innovation.
Bringing style to disability aids
Listen to the latest within Design for Every Body on BBC Radio.Veryday (previously Ergonomidesign) is interviewed about Designing for everybody and the design process behind the new Doro smartphone, designed for seniors.
A whole new ball game
David Crafoord head of product design at Veryday (previously Ergonomidesign) gives his view on what he think will be the game-changers in industrial design and product development in the next two to five years, in Curve´s 40th print edition.
The exploring design agency (Swedish)
Design Research Journal
The close collaboration with academia since the start in 1969, has resulted in a wealth of knowledge for the design teams at Veryday (previously Ergonomidesign). When designing for Life Science this knowledge is key.
Better health by more design (Swedish)
Design Research Journal
The Swedish publication Design research Journal features design within health care in this issue. Veryday´s (previously Ergonomidesign) concept of 'The Future of Integrated Health Care' is on the cover.
Snapshot – Clean Cooking
The EzyStove is a revolutionary wood-burning stove designed to meet the income levels of the poorest people in the developing world in order to replace the hazards of cooking over an open fire. Curve explains the benefits of this minimalistic design ...
Design space: A safer high chair
BabyBjörn, a Swedish manufacturer of children's products, wanted to introduce a safer high chair. Ergonomidesign's solution was to think of the chair's tray as a way of keeping the child secure.
The Future of Healthcare in Focus (Swedish)
Design & Affärer (SVID)
In the future healthcare is a network where all health related information is stored and shared via the internet with the help of applications and technical solutions. Design & Affärer looked closer at what healthcare could look like in 2015.
The Best High Chair In The World Is Banned In The U.S.A.
The BabyBjörn High Chair, a Red Dot winner dreamed up by Veryday (previously Ergonomidesign), cleverly solves problems with harnesses. Rather than harnessing in a child to be fed from a high chair’s tray table, the tray table simply becomes the harness.
An Ergonomic Crowbar Offers Destruction in Comfort
The crowbar is the simplest of tools: It’s a bent piece of metal. One end is thin, allowing leverage between cracks. It works so well that the crowbar has gone mostly unchanged for hundreds of years.
The stove that saves lives (Swedish)
David Crafoord, head of product design at Veryday (previously Ergonomidesign) and Charlotte Petri Gornitzka, Director-General of SIDA, talks about design that has the potential to save lives in the developing world.
Hot Swedish idea conquers the world (Swedish)
SvD Näringsliv, Innovation
It is light years away from sophisticated hightechnology. The challenge, on the contrary, was to create the simplest possible product. The result is a stove that is affordable also to the poorest households and can create great environmental benefits...
Swedish stove improves lives for the poor (Swedish)
This is Ezystove – a really simple stove that even the poorest households can afford. The Swedish innovation provides great environmental benefits and has been recognised with a number of international design awards.
Louise Ekström and Jakob Boije about Arla’s new packaging (Swedish)
Design strategist Jakob Boije from Veryday (previously Ergonomidesign) talks about milk boxes and design thinking on Swedish TV4 Nyhetsmorgon.
Snapshot – Monitor in miniature
A Life Science team of designers, healthcare professonals and strategists at Veryday (previously Ergonomidesign) in Sweden have developed a clever little healthcare concept called miniME.
The senior mobile goes smart (Swedish)
Doro has created a niche of their own with their telephones for seniors. Now the aim is to widen the target group with the first smartphone for the senior market. The telephones are designed in collaboration with Veryday (previously Ergonomidesign).
Doro builds android for seniors (Swedish)
"The large screen is an uplift compared to earlier models", writes Mobil.se about the smartphone for seniors, Doro PhoneEasy 740. It was presented at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February 2012.
The EzyStove Improves On Man’s Greatest Invention, Fire
Fast Company Co.Design
Almost half the world’s population cooks over an open fire at least once a day. The EzyStove, developed by Veryday (previously Ergonomidesign), was designed to accommodate “the world’s poorest populations”.
Inexpensive, simple stove wins design award (Swedish)
In Namibia, a country with a major shortage of trees, the little stove from Veryday (previously Ergonomidesign) is greatly appreciated. It reduces the need of wood and makes cooking faster and safer.
Bring order to chaos (Swedish)
Veryday´s (previously Ergonomidesign) KOM-project, funded by The Swedish Institute of Assistive Technology (SIAT) has led to design ideas that may help persons with ADHD to remember, concentrate and structure their lives in a fun and simple way.
Swedish design firm introduces the healthcare of the future (Swedish)
Aktuell Forskning & Utveckling No.1 2012 page 30
The future of healthcare has been a hot topic of discussion recently. In Aktuell Forskning & Utveckling, a magazine covering research and development, Veryday (previously Ergonomidesign) summarises 40 years experience of design and innovation in the life science industry...
Case study: miniMe and the Future of Integrated Healthcare, by Ergonomidesign
In 2009 Veryday´s (previously Ergonomidesign) strategists and futuring experts set out to analyze macro, life science, social and technology trends set ten to twenty years out. We knew that health care was changing and that we could be a part of shaping the future.
Design space – EzyStove
FT features the EzyStove a stove developed by Veryday (previously Ergonomidesign) for Creative Entrepreneur Solutions, a non-profit organisation based in Namibia. They wanted to produce a stove for poor households that would use less firewood than cooking on an open fire...
Support to creative companies will increase export (Swedish)
Veryday (previously Ergonomidesign) is listed as one of the creative wonders coming out of Sweden in this article about a new policy aimed at raising the export level in the creative field.
EzyStove | Revolutionary wood-burning stove for developing countries
In many parts of Africa people are spending hours to find wood for the day. Trees are important providers of food, shelter, housing, medicine, and energy.
Spotify for Windows Phone 7.5
The interaction design team at the design consultancy Veryday (previously Ergonomidesign), has been working together with Spotify in the design and development of the app. New features and an improved user experience define the new Spotify app.
Spotify in Gizmondo
Spotify for Windows Phone 7: "This Is How Every Windows Phone App Should Look."
Cooking Stove for Africa and Future Medical Device Receives the Coveted iF Design Award
The miniME and EzyStove were each awarded an iF product design award 2012. Dexigner's top news 7 November 2011.
Microsoft’s Gorgeous Spotify App For Windows Phone Is Finally Here
The app itself looks incredibly slick, and is ultra snappy to use. Spotify catered the music streaming experience elegantly to Windows Phone's Metro User Interface, and includes all the features you'd expect, plus more. The interaction design team at Veryday, has been working together with Spotify in the design and development of the app. New features and an improved user experience define the new Spotify app.
Dissected | Flexible Armor: Speedglas 9100 (Swedish)
The Red Dot Best of the Best-winner Speedglas 9100 welding helmet gets dissected in the design magazine Form. The article gives a full view of all of the parts that make up this fantastic piece of innovation.
Sven-Eric Juhlin, legendary industrial designer and co-founder of Veryday (previously Ergonomidesign), is one of the persons behind Swedish classics the double-sided plastic mugs and the angled bread knife for Gustavsberg as well as the SAS pot and numerous assistive pro...
Face the music
Connecta and Veryday (previously Ergonomidesign) collaborated on the first version of Sonicspree for Microsoft's Surface 2.0: a fun, fast-paced music quiz game for up to six people using one touch screen.
Portable stove based on Swedish idea (Swedish)
Almost 70 percent of the Namibian population cooks their meals over an open fire. A Swedish innovation, produced locally, makes cooking safer, easier and more cost efficient. It is called Ezystove and was developed byVeryday (previously Ergonomidesign).
Let sustainable development become a better deal (Swedish)
Swedish Design Research Journal
Interview with CEO Krister Torssell, Veryday (previously Ergonomidesign), about how sustainable design can be a part of a successfull business strategy.
More than the principle of joy (German)
Veryday (previously Ergonomidesign) suggests a new approach to medical device design. A process based on the Ergonomics³ framework, where the user is always in focus.
Microsoft points out Swedish game (Swedish)
Sonicspree, the app for Surface 2.0, designed and developed by Veryday (previously Ergonomidesign) and Connecta, was exclusively selected by Microsoft to demonstrate the new hardware at CES in Las Vegas.
Doro’s Revenge (Swedish)
Doro's Care Electronics, designed by Veryday (previously Ergonomidesign) for seniors, brings Doro from crisis to financial success and one of the best performing on the Stockholm Stock Exchange.
50 best inventions of 2010
We are proud of our colleague, Magnus Gyllenswärd. In cooperation with the Interactive Institute, he invented the energy-efficient Power-Aware Cord.
One Key to Groundbreaking Design
The Swedish agency Veryday (previously Ergonomidesign) works daily to improve people's quality of life thanks to an innovative way of approaching ergonomics and human nature.
World’s Most Beautiful Cars
Koenigsegg, designed by Ergonomidesign, has made it into Forbes' list of the World’s Most Beautiful Cars. To read the article click Download, to the left.