Going for the Gold: IDSA IDEA® 2016 Reveals Global Design Winners

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In a grand, red carpet ceremony at the iconic Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, MI, the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA) unveiled the Gold and Silver winners of the International Design Excellence Awards® (IDEA®) 2016…

The Access Strength™ won three major awards—Best in Show; Design for Equality; and an IDEA 2016 Gold. The digital health platform provides value to payers, providers and patients/consumers in the healthcare system—pairing HIPAA-compliant cloud software with inclusive fitness equipment to lower barriers in fitness/rehabilitation for consumers, and to optimize the delivery of care for providers.

The Access Strength™ was designed by Priority Designs, Inc. and AWH—both in the Columbus, OH area—and Ryan Eder, founder and CEO of IncludeFitness of Cincinnati, OH. Eder first earned major recognition as a University of Cincinnati industrial design student nearly 10 years ago—winning Gold, Best in Show and People’s Choice in IDEA 2007 for a concept version of this project. Eder’s talk at IDSA’s International Conference on Aug. 18 focuses on how he’s Making Things Happen—From Thesis to CEO…

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Originally published August 19, 2016.

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