Posts categorized as“Industrial Design”

Astero StarFish

Medtech resolutions for 2018

The New Year brings reflection and desire to improve.  We asked our designers, engineers, manufacturing, supply chain and regulatory experts to consider projects finished in 2017 and think about things they could have done better or wish they had considered. Here is their list of 2018 resolutions and smart things to do that would speed […]

Astero StarFish

Top 10 StarFish Medical blogs of 2017

The top 10 StarFish Medical blogs of 2017 feature a heady mix of regulatory, engineering, and practical information and advice. Seven of the blogs are perennial favorites with high ranking on Google and other search engines. The remaining three are from new writers and hint of new evergreen standards in the works.  New or tried […]

Astero StarFish

Readers’ Choice: Top 10 StarFish Medical newsletter items of 2017

The StarFish Medical newsletter features a monthly collection of medical device articles, images, events and videos. We aim to share our knowledge and expertise to all levels of medical device colleagues. Once a year we share what was hot with our readers. Just in case you missed that issue. Below are our Top 10 reads […]

Astero StarFish

Top 10 StarFish Medical videos of 2017

We love creating StarFish Medical videos to help viewers learn about medical device design, development and manufacture.  We also appreciate the opportunity to showcase our talented team. It’s a great way to get a better sense of the people you will be partnering with at StarFish. The top 10 viewed Starfish Medical videos for 2017 […]

Tim Park

How to Define Medical Device ID Strategy

The first steps to shaping your medical product’s look and feel It is important to define medical device ID strategy early, especially when form and function are often closely intertwined. This exercise is most useful once a company is ready to begin developing a tangible product. Defining your industrial design strategy can help ease some […]

Niall Redmond

Understanding the UOUP (User Interface of Unknown Provenance) section of IEC 62366 -1:2015

From a regulatory standpoint the differences between IEC 62366:2007 and IEC 62366 -1:2015 are minimal, with all the same boxes needing to be ticked. However, it is clear from reading the documentation that the whole process has been streamlined, using more familiar language and on the whole a more usable standard. Probably a good thing […]