Prowise Touchscreen Ten wins Red Dot Design Award
Safe? Naturally. Provided with everything you need in the modern classroom? Certainly. User friendly? Tens of thousands of teachers confirm this. But appearance also counts. Right? We are incredibly proud that our eye-catcher, the Prowise Touchscreen Ten, can now do a victory lap with the international Red Dot Design Award.
The Prowise Touchscreen Ten is fully developed under Prowise management. This means that our design colleagues in Budel, The Netherlands, designed the touchscreen to the last detail. From the first sketches and ideas, 'Privacy by Design' and 'Form meets Function' have been a central point of departure. This deviating approach wins the hearts of teachers and students all over the world and is also appreciated by international design experts. With a place in the final, the screen is still in the running for an iF DESIGN AWARD 2021 and now also receives compliments from the expert jury of the Red Dot Design Awards.
Excellent design quality Never before was the competition for the Red Dot Design Awards this high. Fine projects from over 60 different countries were examined by the highly regarded expert jury. Whether they are aesthetically appealing, functional, smart, or innovative, the one thing that they have in common is their excellent design quality.
Award "The 'Red Dot' is the most prestigious award for top design quality. The international jury only rewards the products that have an excellent design. Therefore, I am particularly excited to inform you that your product was able to convince our jury and receives the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2021. The fact that you were able to stick out among the strong competition demonstrates the excellent quality of your product", says Professor Dr. Peter Zec, founder and CEO of Red Dot.
Modern education possibilities (learning through motion, remote learning, and blended learning) are combined in a robust and fine touchscreen, suitable for daily use in schools. Have you seen the Prowise Touchscreen Ten yet?