This pharmacy computer and prescription label printer was developed to assist pharmacists in maximizing pharmacy efficiency by complementing a robotic prescription dispenser, coordinating workflow and educating customers on prescriptions. With counter space in the pharmacy a premium, both components were designed to be flexible, easy to use and maintain. The components can be stacked or placed side by side. The printer can change from a horizontal to a tower orientation by unscrewing, rotating and re-securing the base plate. A hinged door on the back of the computer accommodates and manages a range of custom accessories and the CPU is key-holed into the structural spine allowing it to be serviced immediately by technicians.
2010 Designpreis Deutschland, Nominiert
2009 I.D. Magazine Annual Design Review, Design Distinction
2008 The Chicago Athenaeum GOOD DESIGN AWARD
Rockport Publishers, “1,000 Product Designs: Form, Function, and Technology from Around the World,” by Eric Chan, 2010
I.D. Magazine, “2009 ID Annual Design Review,” 2009
   Ron Berg