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Observe: An Inspired and Empowering Hearing Device
How can you make a hearing aid both elegant and functional at the same time? Stuart Karten Design introduced the Zon as a way to combat the stigma that is usually associated with the traditional beige shrimp-shaped hearing aids. Often associated with age, weakness or even disability, many individuals with hearing impairments wait as long...
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The Braille Alphabet Bracelet Wins the 2010 People’s Design Award
  The Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum presented its fifth People’s Design Award to the Braille Alphabet Bracelet Thursday, Oct. 14, at its 11th annual National Design Awards gala in New York. White House Deputy Social Secretary Ebs Burnough and fashion designer Cynthia Rowley announced the winning design and presented the award to Leslie Ligon,...
National Design Awards 2008 – People’s Design Award
The Zon Hearing Aid transforms the beige shapeless traditional hearing aid into a dynamic, sculptural object that ergonomically embraces the geometry of the ear while taking advantage of the latest technology to provide the highest audio quality. Most hearing impaired listeners wait up to eight years before being fitted with a hearing aid because of...
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2008 People’s Design Award Winner
Congratulations to the Zōn Hearing Aid, this year’s People’s Design Award winner. The Award was given to Stuart Karten of Stuart Karten Design last night at the National Design Awards gala at Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum.   Let us know what you think about this year’s winning design.