Join HSD at Booth number 302 at New England’s largest event for Medtech professionals April 18-19th, 2018 at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, Boston, MA. HSD will be there to discuss your next design challenge. If you would like to set up a conversation ahead of time, please contact Christine via phone: 908.234.2331 ext:10 or email:

Additional Highlights:

Wednesday, April 18th 1:00-1:45 pm: Center Stage, Booth 563: The Role of Usability Testing in Augmented Reality Device Development, featuring Olivia Ford, Lead UX Designer of HSD. Olivia will be discussing how Augmented Reality is affecting medical device user interface development. This presentation will explore opportunities and challenges in replacing traditional GUI interaction with AR. Case Studies will be used to illustrate current methodologies in UX design thinking, and human factors methods for testing AR interfaces to accelerate and advance the product development process and validate end-user needs.

Thursday, April 19th 11:00-11:45 pm: Case Study Round Table: Using Voice & AR Technologies to Better Understand Users and Accelerate Product Development, featuring Bobby Boyer, Senior Mechanical Engineer & Program manager of HSD. Bobby will be speaking alongside other product development consultants regarding case studies where new technology was used to quickly and efficiently bring a product from sketch to production and how to introduce new technology and processes, such as holograms on AR headsets, to the product development cycle.

Thursday, April 19th 2:00-2:45 pm: Center Stage, Booth 563: Collaborative Innovation Panel, featuring Michael Quinn, VP of Design and Engineering of HSD, Donald Lombardi, President of Institute of Pediatric Innovation, Marty Coyne, Principal of Matchstick, Moderated by Tor Alden, Principal of HSD. The Panel will discuss various open innovation models and when its best applied. Case studies will illustrate concepts such as industry collaboration on new drug formulation and meeting the needs of a population underserved.