Berlin, Germany (April 24, 2020)—Stage Tec has won the iF Design Award for the third time, with the new Avatus IP console taking home the honors in the product category.
The international jury evaluated over 7,000 products in various categories. The evaluation criteria included: degree of innovation, ergonomics, aesthetics, brand identity, efficiency of production and logistics as well as compliance with environmental standards. The console’s product design was created in cooperation with Arno Schünemann from Schünemann DesignSolutions Berlin.
“With the innovative Avatus user interface, we want to provide our customers with modern workflow-oriented operation,” says René Harder, managing director at Stage Tec. “The 21-inch multi-touch screens and the color-coding of the functional units enable a fast, intuitive way of working. In this respect, we see ourselves confirmed by this award, where innovation and ergonomics are judged by renowned design experts from all over the world.”
Stage Tec’s Cantus and Aurus consoles previously won the award in 1997 and 2006, respectively.
The iF Design Award was first presented in 1953 and is the oldest independent design prize in the world. The aim of the award is to draw attention to particularly well-designed industrial products and to emphasize the importance of design.
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