Logitech Clean Up At Good Design Awards
Logitech have broken their record at this year’s Good Design Awards, with no less than 15 categories.
The company’s Harmony Elite, Circle, BASE, CREATE Backlit Keyboard Case, G900 Chaos Spectrum, G810 Orion Spectrum, G29 Driving Force, Party Collection, MX Anywhere 2, Group, UE ROLL, UE BOOM 2, Jaybird Freedom, overall product packaging and brand identity were all recognised.
It’s a big step in the previous year’s Good Design Awards, where Logitech won only five categories.
The awards are presented each year by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design in cooperation with the European Centre for Architecture, Art, Design and Urban Studies.
In their words, they aim to recognize “the most innovative industrial, product and graphic designs produced around the world.”
“Creating beautiful, intelligent solutions to human problems has been our priority, and we’re thrilled it continues to be noticed by the design community at large,” said Alastair Curtis, chief design officer at Logitech.
“Whether it’s a product, packaging, product pages or retail displays, our teams keep design as our focus from the start to the finish,” he said.