Over the last two years the strategy at Triteq has been to focus on steady and solid growth in turnover and capabilites. Founding Directors, Jackie Berry and Steve Lane, wanted to invest in strengthening the Industrial Design team and were delighted to appoint Joseph O' Connor a Fellow of the Chartered Society of Designers, with over 20 years' experience managing some of the leading Innovation and Design consultancies.
Joseph's work has spanned many sectors with an increasing focus on design of medical diagnostic devices within the fields of Design for Need. This focus was developed during the years he lived and worked in China, supporting and promoting innovation at Business and Governmental level where he is still a regular speaker and advisor. It has also led him into the fields of emerging technologies, developing valuable applications as a consultant with private and institutional research laboratories.Joseph and his team work closely with clients and are also key to the ongoing development of the Triteq brand.
If you are interested in Industrial Design, then you may want to drop into The Design Museum to see an exhibition which focuses on the work of Kenneth Grange, arguably Britain's leading product designer, with a career spanning over fifty years.
The exhibition, Making Britain Modern, is in London until 30 October and celebrates the importance of Industrial Design and the impact it has on our everyday lives. Making Britain Modern features many examples of Kenneth Grange's work including the Kodak camera, Kenwood food mixers and the London black cab ! Kenneth explains that “When I started design was a word, that was almost unknown”.