Industrial Design for Medical Devices and Life Science Products

Problem solvers. At your service.

The most important thing we do is think

Specifically, we think about your medical device design problems and we develop effective ways of solving them. We utilize a consistent process that allows us the freedom to follow intuition, inspiration and to find the magic where it hides.

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Medical device design is our business

Maneuvering through the complex pathway toward a successful medical device launch requires experience and expertise. We have decades of it.

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What makes Forma unique?

   Our medical device development process utilizes an effective mix of art and engineering. One of our greatest strengths is our ability to devise clever, manufacturable solutions with aesthetic appeal and intelligent human factors design.

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Forma is where creative intelligence takes shape

Forma is a leading industrial design firm for medical devices and life science products. We help companies harness innovation and create compelling user experiences.

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Medical Device Design Blog

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Featured Work

Featured Work

Medical product design and brand language for Advanced Liquid Logic

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Medical device design of metered dose inhaler for IEP Group

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Medical industrial design of insulin inhaler for MannKind

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Choosing Medical Product Colors

Color is one of the most important things in our lives. Colors affect us emotionally and psychologically, often to a degree that we are not even aware of. I would guess that almost everyone has a favorite color.

Choosing Medical Product Colors

The Use of Color in Medical Product Design

Even for medical products, where proper and robust function is paramount, color plays an important role in device design. How can you make color choices intelligently?

Medical Product Design and Cognitive Psychology

Medical product design has a lot to do with embodying devices with characteristics that make them easy to understand and to use. To do this effectively, designers must understand perception and cognition: how we sense the world, how those sensations are interpreted by our brains and how we think about what it is we perceive.

Medical Product Design and Cognitive Psychology