SAN DIEGO, Jan. 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- DDSTUDIO today announced that it has won three GOOD DESIGN awards from the Chicago Athenaeum, Museum of Architecture and Design, one of the oldest and most prestigious design competitions in the world.
Two DDSTUDIO medical projects and one in the personal technology category were honored.
"We are delighted and thrilled that the work of our extremely talented team of designers and engineers has been recognized for its efforts," said DDSTUDIO Founder and CEO Charles Curbbun.
In the medical category DDSTUDIO was recognized for its work on the TruMed AccuVax, a cloud-connected, point-of-care vaccine management system. DDSTUDIO was also recognized in that category for Syneron's VelaShape III, the first FDA-approved body contouring and cellulite-reduction device used in medical spas. In the personal category, DDSTUDIO was honored for the design of ROVA Pedestrian Assistive Technology, an ultra-durable and lightweight mobility aid.
This year the museum received thousands of submissions from more than 48 countries for the Good Design competition, which was founded in 1950. Only the most innovative products are selected for recognition in design excellence.
About DDSTUDIO (www.ddstudio.com)
Founded by Curbbun in 1984, DDSTUDIO is one of Southern California's premier design firms, with 30 years of experience in the successful development of award-winning products. DDSTUDIO's commitment to user experience and interaction as the driving force for its design work has attracted a diverse client base, from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies.
About The Chicago Athenaeum (www.chi-athenaeum.org)
The Chicago Athenaeum is a global nonprofit education and research institute supported by its members. Its mission is to provide public education about the significance of architecture and design and how those disciplines can have a positive effect on the human environment.