IDSA Member Daniel Dion's Bruker EVOQ Triple Quad Mass Spectrometer has won the Golden A' Design Award in the Scientific Instruments, Medical Devices and Research Equipment Design category.
Benchmark Electronics touts the Bruker EVOQ as providing excellent, industry-leading, sustained sensitivity with key design elements providing "incredible robustness that allows users to run literally thousands of samples before required cleaning or maintenance."
IDSA’s West Design District Conference runs April 10-11 in San Jose. The schedule is packed with opportunities for design professionals and students to learn how to build a tribe and sharpen the craft.
Graduate degrees for designers—What are the motivations and expectations that drive some to pursue an additional set of letters to be included after their name? IDSA-WI will gather at Transfer Pizzeria Café at 7pm on Wednesday, April 22nd for an informal meet up to discuss this topic. Joining us will be a few local designers and educators who can shed light on the particulars of different programs. This is intended to be an engaging discussion, so please come with the intent to participate—convictions and questions at the ready. RSVP not required, but certainly appreciated—see you all ther
This event will feature a presentation about the "Evolution of Consumer Electronics" by our keynote speaker, Paul Hatch, president of TEAMS Design. This event will be held at Garmin's Flagship store in Chicago's famous Magnificent Mile. Please join us for a night of learning and networking with design students and professionals from all over Chicago.
"The role of the industrial designer in manufacturing is a familiar one to many, but the relationship between designer and engineer is often fraught with misunderstandings that can throw a project off course." —Hamish Champ, Plastics News
Join us in raising awareness and funds for the Design Foundation–IDSA’s charitable arm. IDSA staff started walking to Seattle on April 2. That is 2,468 miles to #IDSASeattle15 in 137 days (or the start of the International Conference). That's about 150 miles per IDSA employee. You can help us get there.