• Labcyte Echo

    Echo 655T is a biotech system offering revolutionary liquid handling using sound energy to precisely affect liquids. After developing the overall brand language of Labcyte on an earlier system development program called the Access DRS, our team extended that language to this new system based on our client's unique functionality.

  • GE Healthcare

    The GE CARESCAPE Central Station is a clinician-centric workstation designed for space optimization and workflow efficiency.

  • Labcyte Access DRS

    The Access Dual Robot System (DRS) is praised as "The New Sound of Sample Management". It is a compact, modular, high-capacity, and high-throughput platform, designed and optimized for the use of Echo Liquid Handlers in sample management workflows. It is the only automation platform on the market compatible with the Echo 655T Liquid Handler, enabling the production of assay-ready plates from acoustic sample tubes. The system combines industry-leading devices and software with ergonomic and environment management options to provide a complete, easy-to-use, store-to-assay sample management solution.

  • Yale / Premie Breathe

     

    Premie Breathe is a Yale-sponsored engineering student's group looking to help newborn and infant patients in need of respiratory support in neonatal, pediatric intensive care units and hospitals in low to middle-income countries, such as Ethiopia.

  • Medical / Biotech

    Medical Product Design

    StudioRed has assisted with medical product development for some of the biggest names in the medical arena. We have performed medical product design for consumer products that sell in the millions of units as well as laboratory test products with an annual production of fifty units or less.

    From the very beginning of our medical product development process, we pay special attention to detail. Our ability to ask the right questions allows us to consistently innovate and guide the programs to a successful conclusion. Our medical product designers do extensive upfront design research to arrive at the right product solution, observing how people use a product, attending surgical procedures, conducting focus groups, and more.

  • Kedalion

    StudioRed has teamed up with Kedalion Therapeutics and together we are revolutionizing the delivery of topical eye medications which treat ocular diseases. AcuStream™ is a novel delivery system improving patient outcomes by enabling a simple, straightforward and comfortable treatment using an ultrasonic miniscule stream of liquid and a concave focusing mirror. The AcuStream™ device is meant to replace clumsy cumbersome eye-droppers and deliver ocular-care more easily, precisely, and with more comfort and better results.

  • Otto

    Otto, used by optical technicians in conjunction with an iPad, provides dimensional reference of a customer’s face to ensure correct positioning of the iris during an eye exam. The VSP software positions the iris on the glass lenses using laser generated markings.

  • Syneron Candela / Primaeva

    Primaeva contracted with StudioRed to develop their first product for the minimally invasive RF aesthetic treatment of skin wrinkles and laxity. It improves aesthetic results by increasing the efficiency and control of sub-dermal RF energy

  • Lumenis

    The Aluma skin renewal system is a revolutionary approach to the treatment of wrinkles and facial blemishes.  Lumenis wanted an industrial design that created a unique and versatile design language,  blending consumer and medical aesthetics into a cohesive whole.

  • Protein Simple Brand Language

    Protein Simple is rethinking protein tools and helping thousands of researchers around the world resolve their protein analysis problems so they can reveal new insight into proteins and their role in disease.

  • NovaRay

    The NovaRay Scan Cath system is an innovative cardiac catheterization system that improves image quality, reduces radiation dose, and provides more accurate depth-of-field information with 3-D capabilities in an open patient access system. StudioRed was commissioned to come up with a conceptual look and feel for the device that would carry it into the next phase of marketing. The challenge was to take the complex system of varying parts and create an aesthetic that would tie the system together while optimizing for both patient comfort and clinician ergonomics.

  • AMS

    The Greenlight system was developed by Laserscope (now AMS) to treat Benign Prostate Hyperplasia (BPH) through the use of a high power laser. Working initially on the HPS and later carrying much of the work forward in the redesigned XPS system shown above. StudioRed conducted user research to drive its durable, portable design.