Prototyping to Prove

Learn how we utilize iterative prototyping to effectively push risk upstream and the value that each stage of prototyping provides as designs transition from engineering into manufacturing.

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User Needs to Drive Product Requirements

Sometimes it’s not all that easy to identify and prioritize user needs to ensure that they drive relevant decisions throughout development. Check out our latest Q&A with Insight’s Director of Research and Strategy, Carolyn Rose, to get some insights on this topic.

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Your Device Is Safe And Effective, But Is It Desirable?

Craig Scherer talks about the importance of desirability when trying to achieve differentiation in a crowded marketplace in his latest Med Device Online article Over the last few years, the term human factors engineering has become permanently and inextricably linked with any discussions on effective and appropriate medical device development. Human factors are used to […]

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Why Do Human Factors Engineering?

Michael Lau, PhD, Director of Human Factors shares The Value of a Sound Human Factors Plan in our latest MedTech Intelligence Article. Human Factors and Ergonomics is a science that has been around and respected for decades. Applying knowledge about people, their abilities, limitations, and behaviors to the design of products and systems has been part of

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