PDD will be exhibiting at Pharmapack Europe, a key international conference and exhibition for decision-makers focusing on cutting edge innovations in drug delivery solutions and pharmaceutical packaging.
Sarita Wilkinson features in StrategyEye and shares her opinion on the latest report from Juniper Research who predicts fitness wearable tech devices look more likely to drive the wearable space than smart watches.
PDD is delighted to announce that Tom Hamilton, Consultant - Technical Design, has been awarded the Young Designer of the Year at the Plastics Industry Awards 2014 for his Zebro Leg Split design.
PDD’s Heather McQuaid, Principal – Human-Centred Design and Vicky Hong, Business Development Manager (China), talk to Design Magazine about our Human-Centred Design approach for innovation, following the workshop PDD facilitated in IXDC 2014 Beijing.
Wearables are all the craze this year, but as the Apple acquisition of Beats shows us – the focus should be on headphones and not on the wrist. Marko Plevnik talks to Fortune Magazine on how the ‘original wearable’ has the potential to offer more than just a private music experience.
PDD’s Principal of Medical Engineering, will give a presentation on “Improving adherence to medication regime through product and service design” at one of the conference sessions at Medtec UK - the country’s leading event for medical device manufacturers. His talk will be part of the Drug/Device Combination Products session.
Wearable devices are still trying to gain a solid foothold with consumers. The concept is already boring some, so PDD’s Simon Lamason talks to TechRepublic on what manufacturers can do to figure out how to appeal to the masses.
PDD’s Maeve Keane, Principal of Design Insight and Karsten Fischer, CEO talk to New Design about our Human-Centred Design approach and how our business has diversified from its core of product and industrial design work to encompass capabilities in service design, design strategy and trends.