Doro’s Eliza has been recognized as a product of outstanding design at the iF Design Awards 2020 in Hamburg.
The iF Design Award is one of the most important design prizes in the world. It honors design achievements in all disciplines: product, packaging, communication, service design, architecture and interior architecture as well as professional concepts.
The Doro Eliza is a digital smart care hub for seniors. It integrates seamlessly with the new digital infrastructure and connects with a full range of telecare sensors such as smoke detectors and alarm radio triggers. It also offers long-term reliability and cost efficiency, with service providers enjoying simple, accurate and swift monitoring and administration.
The judges praised Eliza’s design saying: “The design team created a contemporary and non-stigmatizing device that seamlessly blends into home environments”. Doro Eliza was designed in collaboration with McKinsey Design in Stockholm.
Steve Smith, Vice President, Doro Public Care said: “We are delighted Eliza has won such a prestigious award. We are living longer and many of us want to continue living at home for as long as we can. Six out of ten seniors said technology enabled care makes them feel secure at home*. The Doro Eliza raises the bar by combining the latest digital technology with modern contemporary design.”
The IF awards are to be presented at an event in Berlin, Germany on 4 May 2020, and Doro Eliza will be part of iF design’s exhibition at Café Moskau in Berlin from 2 to 10 May 2020.
Visit iF World Design Guide to find out more.