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Tablebed listed as one of The Best Inventions of 2021 by Time Magazine

The Finnish design invention Tablebed has been included in Time magazine’s shortlist, The Best Inventions of 2021. Tablebed is a convertible piece of furniture that transforms from a six-seated table to a double bed, or vice versa, in just ten seconds. Industrial design and mechanical design for Tablebed has been created by ED Design.

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User-centric design

From user focus to user-centricity

Listening to users provides the company with important information about what should be done differently in the future and what kind of business model would best serve its customers and the different user groups involved. The user-centric approach, therefore, emphasises the future-oriented approach and the desire to develop the business for the benefit of the customer.

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Designing for the Future

Instead of looking for flaws in your existing products, leverage user involvement to impact your idea generation, concept testing, future strategies, and eventual product launch. Design Puzzle™ makes it possible.

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Don't Let Your Competitors Pass You By

Don’t Let Your Competitors Pass You By

Are you stuck with incremental developments, not breaking through with the next great product or service that can transform your industry? So, what happens when your competitors pass you by with new innovations? That puts you in the past.

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Taking the Guesswork Out of R&D

What if you knew beforehand that you have an idea that works? By truly understanding the needs and desires of your intended audience, you can create products and services that meet their goals – and generate viable business.

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Open positions at ED Design

We are still looking for one DESIGN ENGINEER / MECHANICAL DESIGNER to work in diverse product and vehicle design projects. At ED Design, you can work from wherever you like.

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How do successful innovations come about?

What is the secret to successful innovation? How are innovative product or service solutions created? Successful innovation requires user-centred design skills. Innovation experiments stall very easily if the core objectives of the user of the product are not taken under the magnifying glass at an early stage of the product development process.

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The Radical Piece in the R&D Puzzle

There is a built-in flaw in the traditional R&D process. It fails in generating radical innovations. This can be overcome by systematically examining the goals, needs and aspirations of the products’ and services’ users, identifying innovation opportunities based on them, and developing novel and disruptive solutions.

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