Recognising the need

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“Recognising the need is the primary condition for design”. Triteq launched its Innovations Hub on Tuesday, clearly a day for democracy, with an inspiring presentation on Design for Need by Joseph O'Connor, Triteq's Design Manager. Each team at Triteq is represented in the group which brings together Electronic Engineering, Industrial Design, Marketing & Sustainability, Manufacturing and Software Design.

Triteq launched its Innovations Hub on Tuesday, clearly a day for democracy, with an inspiring presentation on Design for Need by Joseph O'Connor, Triteq's Design Manager. Each team at Triteq is represented in the group which brings together Electronic Engineering, Industrial Design, Marketing & Sustainability, Manufacturing and Software Design.

The group will focus on how we collaborate as a company to find solutions to critical issues, Joseph experienced this at first hand when he worked at Unilver Ventures on various assignments including Project Shakti.

Design can solve problems and create profits, build brands and strengthen relationships. So how does it work and what are the key benefits for our clients? Listening to ideas, making them work and supporting the process takes skill, logic and experience, three things Triteq have in abundance. In addition, clients are assured that Triteq will develop products to the highest quality standards available, with certifications for ISO 13485 (TUV Munich) and ISO 9001.

Triteq are respected as leaders in medical product design, development & production. In our twenty year history, we have firmly established our experience in taking medical design from the initial stage of concept development through clinical trials and all the way to market. Our proven ability in the rigorous medical market, has enabled us to add commercial value to a range of assisted living and wellbeing projects in monitoring, measuring and tracking product development.

 We work with entrepreneurs, start-ups and multi-nationals to create and develop outstanding products. We continually invest in new technology and our team managers actively engage in ensuring we deliver connectivity across different disciplines and sectors.

 Our strength is in creating a collaborative environment at Triteq where we respect and share knowledge between our teams which leads directly to commercially viable and sustainable success for our clients.

Triteq are ideal partners to talk to, to discuss your idea or project, contact us today.

 Source: http://www.fastcodesign.com/1669478/why-designers-need-to-stop-feeling-sorry-for-africa

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