According to Wikipedia, “A patent is a type of intellectual property that gives its owner the legal right to exclude others from making, using, or selling an invention for a limited period of years, in exchange for publishing an enabling public disclosure of the invention.

Very often a new product design will yield a number of new improvements that are worth protecting with a patent. When the innovation relates to better functionality, then a utility patent is assigned. Other times a product’s appearance will change which calls for a design patent. Over the years the Industrial Designers at Design Interface have been named in over 18 patents as we strive to make better products for our clients. They cover a wide range of fields from exercise to healthcare – a few are listed below:

  • Compression garment having enhanced strap configuration
  • Mounting arm for a post top roadway light
  • Wound-care apparatus and method for cleansing, desloughing, and debriding wounds
  • Flexible LED lighting strips
  • Bottle and towel holder for exercise equipment
  • Portable, reusable, and disposable intermittent pneumatic compression system
  • Systems and methods for making a hybrid waffle-pancake

Design Interface Inc. can show you what is possible. Our forward-thinking solutions for product design, package design, medical device design, graphic design and photography unlock the value of your ideas as we communicate your message and goals. See more here: