We love nothing more than knowing how much our design work – and the amazing innovations of our clients – can make a difference in the lives of those with serious medical challenges. So we had a big smile when we saw last week’s NY Times article about the significance of a product we are working on – in this case, one to help stop seizures.
The product, called the RNS System, can help reduce seizures, improving the lives of an estimated 400,000 Americans whose epilepsy cannot be treated with drugs or brain surgery.
The FDA just approved the first generation product. Bridge is busy designing the second generation for its client Neuropace, located in Silicon Valley.
Solène Bourgeois joins Bridge Design as Senior Industrial & Interaction Designer
Why she moved from consumer to medical design
Bill Evans Principal of Bridge Design San Francisco speaking at a GlobalSpec eVent “Medical Equipment Design” on March 3rd 2010. Read More