Due for launch in late April, the medical device uses electrical stimulation and Actegy’s proprietary Isorocker system to significantly increase the blood flow in the feet and legs.
Paul Greenhalgh, director of design at Team Consulting, says: “Medical devices don’t need to be beige and boring. In fact the look and feel of a product can play a big part in encouraging compliance. With the Revitive IX we’ve proved that you don’t need to talk down to the elderly and sick.
“They appreciate good design as much as everybody else, but we do need to avoid alienating them through complex user interfaces and technology. With so much of our work shrouded in secrecy, it is great to be able to show the world that through intelligent design we can make things better and to receive the recognition for us and our client.”