Local Firm Wins 'Good Design' Awards

The company took top honors in the medical, sports and recreation, and interactive media categories.

By Staff January 2, 2020

Robrady's design for the Pill, an opioid dispenser.

Sarasota-based design studio Robrady Design won three awards during this year’s Good Design program, hosted by the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and the European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies. The company was recognized for its work on the Pill, a cost-effective, smart opioid dispenser that improves compliance and provides monitoring for physicians and patients; its work on the Yamaha 275 jetboat; and its work with Medallion Instrumentation Systems to create a clean Human Machine Interface (HMI) experience that reflects the high-end watercraft company's principles. Robrady competed with a record 900 submissions from more than 47 countries. 

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