Team wins another
GOOD DESIGN Award

Team Consulting

Company update

Team Consulting has received a GOOD DESIGN® award for creating an iconic design language for Sensile Medical’s injector range. Each year, the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design honours products with the most innovative designs, spanning categories from medical to transport. This year’s award recognises hard work and innovation of our talented industrial designers.

“At Team we believe the medical devices we create should provide the same quality of user experience we expect from consumer products. The way a product looks is one important element in achieving this. Why should something worn on the body need to look clinical?”

“We are delighted that Sensile Medical shared our views and gave us the opportunity to work on this project with them, and grateful that the design community has recognised the work we are doing in this space.” Paul Greenhalgh, Director of Design.

Wearable injector device family

Sensile Medical came to Team Consulting with a range of injectors all based on the same core technology, but with differing aesthetics, form factor and construction. Sensile Medical asked Team to provide a unified look and feel across the whole injector range. The brand language we created clearly identifies the product range as a single family with key attributes of Sensile’s technology. These products provide comfort, discretion, ease of customisation and a consistent user experience, thanks to its unified design language.
This design award is the world’s most prestigious, recognised, and oldest design awards program, opened to manufacturers, corporations and emerging start-up companies. We are delighted to be recognised in the medical category alongside Philips, Sanofi and Braun, showing a great variety of devices from re-usable pen injectors to MRI scanners.

Find the full winners’ list here

Find more about our previous GOOD DESIGN® award here

Click here to read the Sensile Medical Design Language case study

Injector family sketches

injector family sensile medical