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Kaleidoscope improved the delivery device for a winning therapeutic agent that was poorly adopted due to device and procedure complications.
Delivery can make or break a drug-device combination product.
Developing a deep understanding of clinical challenges leads to better solutions.
Mother Parkers, RealCup™
With RealCup’s large number of beverage combinations, showing all brewing options could be confusing to the consumer. To build engagement and drive adoption, RealCup needed an interface that would delight the user. RealCup partnered with Kaleidoscope to create a user-fr
for ODAM / Design Impact
The Erikoodu Briquette, a clean-burning fuel product, was designed to reduce indoor air pollution and decrease damaging health effects for those who typically cook with wood. Through Design Impact, Kaleidoscope partnered with Organization of Development, Action, and
Kaleidoscope helped P&G reinvent the laundry category with breakthrough innovation that engages consumers as brilliantly as it cleans.
“Consumers have responded with delight to the simple, intuitive pods and the rounded container.”
Landor is the Tide agency
NEWS & VIEWS
We’ve known it all along. Our corporate hometown Cincinnati is a great place to work and live. Now in a CityLab article from The Atlantic, our fair hub is recognized as an epicenter for commercial
Ramsey Ford of Design Impact, Kaleidoscope’s social innovation partner, announces a career development event for Design Week Cincinnati. Social Innovation Specialist Rashid Owoyele will share strategies on how to find and land a product
Intelligent Technology, The Rise of Brains to Accompany Computing Brawn?
Trends in high-tech, healthcare and consumer goods are converging at an ever increasing rate. Kaleidoscope Design Fellow Larry Barbera keeps his fingers on the pulse of