Our Directors of Strategy, Research, Design, and Engineering have created educational content in a lunch-and-learn format about topics in medical product design and development.
What should you be aware of when building a medical product with integrated electronics and device connectivity? Certifications, security and software impacts, long term maintenance, to name a few. This overview will help you start by asking the right questions.
Chris Kim's medical background gives him a unique POV on how to create a successful medical device through effective user research. A clinician can steer a dev team toward asking the right questions of the right people in the right context. His case studies will demonstrate the impact.
Taken together, socio-cultural megatrends paint a coherent picture of how consumer values are certain to change over the next five to ten years. Director of Design & Innovation Strategy, Ryan Chen, details the trends that are reshaping health and wellness.
Human factors and interaction design (IxD) are inextricably linked, especially for medical devices where safety and efficacy are essential. We'll address trends and best practices at the cross-section of human factors, IxD, and technology that are affecting major medical device manufacturers.
In prototyping, one size does not fit all. Defining the right criteria for evaluating technical concepts allows for greater speed and more effective decision-making. Our technical team will share methods and examples for identifying and retiring critical risk factors.
Ideation is a cornerstone of innovation, but structure is required to maximize idea generation. What are the best practices for providing a brainstorming framework that balances rigor and flexibility – and delivers results?
From home health devices to complex diagnostic systems, Bresslergroup has developed hundreds of medical products. We bridge the narrowing gap between the consumer and medical sectors throughout every development phase.
Strategy, research, design, and engineering — our multidisciplinary project teams pull from all six disciplines and tap into experience across industries and technologies to spark cross-pollination.